I just read a fantastic article on Goop about Support Language and how to self identify your own support language with the concept that once you know what you need to feel supported you can share this information with your life partner, boss, family members, children, etc. so they are aware of how to meet … Continue reading What is your support language?
Let's start with defining Keystone Habits! This is a term I discovered while I was in trauma therapy years ago and by far this concept has added so much value to my life. Simply put, Keystone Habits are small healthy and positive changes or habits that people introduce into their daily routines that unintentionally carry … Continue reading Improve your life with these simple and amazing Keystone Habits
I am a self-proclaimed expert in the art of self-love and self-care. I have gone from abusing myself in many many ways to falling madly in love with myself on so many levels. Self-love is such a personal thing that it is almost impossible for me to tell someone exactly how to love themselves, however, … Continue reading Honor Yourself
A few years ago during a session with my one of my therapists we discussed (what else?) relationships....present, past and potential. When he asked me what it was that I wanted out from a relationship and a partner, my response was that I had already received exactly what I had asked for…my ex-husband. I felt … Continue reading Is it pragmatic or magical thinking?
The answer is you! Yes, that's right, you hold the power. What does it mean to be your best self? It means living life with intention, direction, purpose and within your own moral compass. Living your best life as you are and accepting yourself as is while striving to be the best you. There is … Continue reading What is stopping you from being your best self?
"Every day we are born again" - Buddha There are so many ways to make impactful changes in your life. In doing the "inner work" I have found that starting with a morning routine or "morning ritual" was the best place to begin my Journey to a physically and emotionally healthy lifestyle. Luckily, I am … Continue reading How do you start your day?
Many years ago I heard the term "inner child" which I found to be quite an intriguing concept and one that I would have loved to explore, however, I didn't give it much thought and actually dismissed it. After my first divorce, being left with two very small children to raise on my own I … Continue reading listen to that inner child
I read a fantastic article the other day that really resonated with me. The writer was referencing how a lot of us have a difficult time living in the calm, therefore we [subconsciously] create our own drama just so we feel something. Sometimes, life can be too calm and in that calmness, for those of who … Continue reading Learning to live in the calm
A treatment program that you can do from the privacy of your Home As a recovered love addict / co-dependent I am able to provide unwavering support and guidance to the Love Addict (and Love Avoidant) as they embark their painful and necessary Journey of recovery. (please note: it is critical that the specified time … Continue reading Recovery from Love Addiction – 101
When you get older and life becomes a little more mundane, grasp on to the little things. When you realize life didn’t turn out exactly had you had envisioned or planned, focus on what turned out amazing. During life’s turbulent moments or when you question what is to come, have gratitude for what is. Hold … Continue reading These Moments…