Jen Duchene explains why it would benefit us all if we just stopped calling little girls "bossy." If we want to see change in this world, women need to lead the charge.
There comes a time in your life when you must say goodbye to the baggage that belongs to your childhood. This is the time and our experts are here to help. Today marks the first day of our Heal Your Unhappy Childhood intensive and we've organized our life coaches and parenting & relationship experts to help you identify your issues and how to move on to a productive (and happy!) adulthood. Ready, set, GO!
What's the self help craze really all about? Life Coach Jen Duchene says it's time we stand up and be proud of our quest for better mental health! You don't have to "go it alone" with books and internet searches.
Feeling cluttered? Life coach Cheryl Maloney of Simple Steps Real Change teaches us how to be happy with a little preemptive spring cleaning.
'Fess up: Have you ever snapped a selfie? Psychologist Barbara Becker Holstein explains why getting fancy with a camera phone just might teach you how to be happy and embrace your best self. Say cheese!
Advise author Lisa Shultz shares the importance of positive communication. For internal and external communication alike, it is important to keep out the bad and instead, only focus on the golden parts of life.
How amazing are the Olympic athletes? Inspirational leader Cheryl Maloney encourages you to take a page from some of our favorite Olympians and let love in: in your career, your relationships, and with yourself. Now go get that medal!
It's okay to be curious about your man's past, but are you dwelling in it more than he is? You may need a lesson in effective communication. Stop obsessing over the ex!
Our Most Important Relationship is with Ourselves. You are magnificient and worth of love just as you are. Our most important relationship is with ourselves. No one will love us more than we love ourselves. Sounds strange yet how could we let love in, if we don't first love ourselves. Self love is not loud and boastful. Self love is quiet and respectful - never boastful and always kind. Self love says that even though I am imperfect and have parts of myself that I wish were different I love and accept myself just as I am.
The stress of fertility treatment can impact even the most stable marriage but what happens when the treatments don't work? Life coach Rhona Berens went through it and survived. In this post, she offers couples four tips on how to manage the fertility journey together with compassion, kindness and love.
The ho-hum of a daily routine can put a damper on your fabulous. Gay Girl Dating Coach Mary Malia understands — and she's here to boost your motivation. We caught up with Malia about her "Live Your Best Lesbian Life" telesummit to ask what advice she has for tapping into an attitude of gratitude. Click through to get all the feel-good secrets.
The grief and loss of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has prompted us to consider the ways we deal with our biggest fears and insecurities. Whether you're battling addiction to drugs, alcohol, food, shopping or any other medium, ask yourself this difficult question: Are you numbing your experience to both the good and the bad?
Are you ready to make positive changes in your life? If so, a getting a Life Coach may be a wise decision. Read on to see what a Life Coach does for their clients and the five characteristics you should look for in a coach.