One of the greatest myths of our time is the love yourself first myth. This along with perfection kept me single a long time... The advantage to working on loving yourself first is you don't have to deal with anyone else. The disadvantage is we don't love alone we have to be reflected. Don't get me wrong if I had the time I would love to spend a few more years working on loving myself first... I'm just not willing to be alone that long.
One of the most difficult challenges after a divorcing or losing a spouse or significant other is learning how to move on without them. Although it may seem impossible, there are some great tips on how to move on that will make you happier in the long-run. Read on to learn the 5 ways you can slowly start to move on after your breakup.
A new study shows that one-third of people in the workplace struggle with depression. In the past, there has been a lot of attention paid to gaining a healthy work/play balance, which basically boils down to making sure you leave the stress of work at the office and play hard at home.
As a psychotherapist and coach I was always searching for “tools” I could hand my clients – meditation, visualization, self-help books and workbooks, soothing music, expressive art- but I never realized that Reiki was another very real self-care tool I could have been passing along to my clients. In fact, had I known what I know now, I would have received Reiki training years ago to Master Teacher level so that I could teach my clients Reiki Level I. I believe self-administered Reiki maintains mental health and wellness.
“To thine own self be true” Last month, we discussed how the world around us affected our beliefs about ourselves. We heard and saw what culture, society, family, friends, authority figures, and the media had to say about us and we believed it. As we work toward being the S-o-u-l-f-u-l-l Woman that we want to be, we need to work towards upgrading our beliefs about ourselves.
It isn't about wearing sexy clothes, five inch stilettos or red lipstick. It isn't about being a size six or living a picture-perfect life. Life coach Debra Smouse explains how unleashing your Inner Sex Kitten is about that inner confidence of knowing who you are and what you desire to create.
Intimacy with others begins when you develop a sense of intimacy within yourself.
A study from a project called Selfiecity, backed by the City University of New York, California Institute of Telecommunication and Information, shows that selfies are more popular with women under 40 and men over 40. As our faces and our bodies and our self-esteem changes, so does what we learn from taking this very up close and personal photos of ourselves.
Life coach Teresa Maples shares her personal journey of being the partner of a cheater and how she was able to move on. Equipped with personal experience, Maples shares the two ways you can start to heal and move on from infidelity.
Instead of spending Valentine's Day centered around what you don't have and want, this year try one of these Valentines Day ideas to empower and and embrace yourself!
There's a lot of folklore around the number seven. From "lucky seven" to the "seven year itch", it affects our lives in more ways than we may think. Life coach and astro-numerologist Jen Duchene has some ideas to harness the power of seven for good. Are you ready to go deeper?