What is the difference between the eternally single and the happily coupled? It seems to come down to beliefs and the right energy to make true love happen and keep it around. EFT practitioner Alina Frank explained how the gates open to true love easily when one clears the internal barriers that block love. Using EFT, Frank's program Gateway to Romantic Partnership aids in the recalibration of one's belief system to open the gates to love. The following Q&A explains how.
This beautifully intimate moment was captured on their 60th wedding anniversary, shared with the caption: "My grandfather had Alzheimer's. He didn't remember his children, his home or anything else, but as bad as it got, whenever he saw my grandmother he would say ... "
Finding my bliss was a nickname derived from the second group coaching call with Tamra Green, a licensed social worker, hypnotherapist, and love mentor trained by Dr. Diana Kirschner. We all got nicknames on our group call. Each person picked a moniker related to the state of love. Love cannot be defined but it can be described. One adjective is bliss.
When I joined Tamara Green's group love coaching series I knew that it was time to face the residual factors that were in the way of love for me. For a long time it felt like I had a Berlin Wall in my heart that kept the old stuff but left the new good stuff out. Committed to removing all the barriers within me to love I picked up the book Love in 90 Days by Dr. Diana Kirschner and decided to immerse myself utterly in her method. Tamara came to my attention because she was a love mentor trained by Dr.
Jane Garapick is the popular writer of GettingToTrueLove.com. Her mission is to provide words of wisdom during tough times. Originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, Jane now lives in Washington State with her husband and two children. In her early career, Jane volunteered as a suicide prevention counselor and conducted workshops to high school students who were at risk.
The return of the vanishing act. Two guys, one in San Diego and the other in Santa Barbara, showed up again. I dated Drew Brees look-a-like Jordan in January but I ended things because he was, well, not too bright. A month later I met Aaron who took me out to an art show. He had me at good-bye the second we met. Aaron was a creepy architect from Napa who seemed intelligent and worldly but something was off. I was right. For the entire months of March and April I could not get rid of his constant attempts to get a second date with me.
Imagine for a moment an adorable puppy who only wants to give affection. The little dog snuggles, gives kisses, and tries to cuddle on your lap. If you're like me you pick up the baby dog and give it a hug, pet, belly rub, and a treat. When Bode came home on Valentine's Day 2012 he was all of 9 weeks old. His ears were still floppy and he was a little ball of fur. Who could resist that? Not I! From that day on Bode has become the most spoiled dog or at least one of them. He was that puppy. Demanding of mutual affection and boy did he ever receive back. Still does.
Meet Cosmo (the big guy), and Milo (his side-kick). Some people call them dogs, but those of us without human offspring, like me, refer to them as their furry, four-footed children. You will be hearing a lot about them in my blog not only because they are my kids but also because they are masters at teaching how to live life with an open heart.
We all have insecurities to some degree. We have days where we wake up ready to conquer the world. Sometimes we have bad days where we suffer from lingering feelings of self-doubt. It’s a part of life. As human beings, it’s natural for us to feel emotion and sometimes those emotions get the best of us, especially in areas of love and relationships. So when does relationship insecurity start to block your chances at love? Relationship Insecurity and New Love This week a reader writes:
The lazy person's roadmap to soulmate love is coming to San Francisco. Thanks to Kathryn Alice, singles in San Francisco have the chance to breakthrough their supposed limits to their soulmate on May 31. My advice: skip it. Alice is offering a 30 minute private session for attendees but seriously .... skip it. Alice's programs lack a foundation of intellect, logic, sound thinking, and reality. I'm all for intuition and being open to surprise and removing limitations but I believe holding on to our hard earned time and money is more important.
Love varies. Sometimes, it's a serious affliction. Other times, love gives you goosebumps. And then there are times when love is outright painful. But right now? Now's the time to celebrate the silliness of love. You know, the adorable goofiness of love. The so-cute-I-can't-stand-it love. We've handpicked these cute love quotes just for the occasion.
While many of us have at least some sort of social networking presence—whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or a personal blog—most of us stay connected through our cell phones. While the miracles of technology are many (for one, it allows us to stay in touch with our friends and families long-distance), our phones and Facebook profiles can cause some serious dating drama.
Have you been looking for the love of your life for years with no result? Are you frustrated and feel like you must be doing something wrong? Even worse, have you begun believing that it's never going to happen? If this is you, take heart; love could be just around the corner. I know this is true because I experienced this myself in my mid 40's. I had to take a step back and take a good look at how I had been approaching my search for love.
French women seem capable of dancing with a paramour even if it is not the man they love. How is that possible? Je ne sais pas. Perhaps I am too much of a romantic. It seems too impossible. How can you become entangled with a paramour when there is one person out there, who, in the words to a Tina Turner song is simply the best?