Jealous? Here's Why.

In her phone session with me, Katy was completely perplexed about her jealousy.

“As you know, I broke up with my boyfriend, Jared, 6 months ago. By the time I broke up with him, I was really done with the relationship, and I have no desire to be with him. But last week I . . . → Read More: Jealous? Here’s Why.

Loving Yourself Around Over-Talkers

Do you know what to do when you are with an over-talker? Or how to heal your own over-talking?

What do you do when you are with a person who goes on and on with a monologue, barely taking a breath between sentences?

Are you more concerned with not hurting their feelings, or with . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Around Over-Talkers

Loving Yourself By Letting Go Of Having to Be Right

How often have you been in situations similar to the following?

Your partner messes up and then attacks and blames you for it. Someone promises something, doesn’t do it, and then finds a way to blame you for it. Someone is blatantly unloving to you – attacking you, blaming you, projecting their issues . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself By Letting Go Of Having to Be Right

“I keep Attracting Narcissists”

Seema asked me this question during one of my webinars. It’s a question that I‘m often asked.

“I seem to attract men who are often narcissistic, selfish, cheating and abusive. As much as I try to not repeat this pattern and learn my lessons and grow, I still find myself with this type of . . . → Read More: “I keep Attracting Narcissists”

Help! I don’t Want To Be Like My Family!

Alexia asked:

“My mother and my grandmother and most of the people I learned life from, never loved themselves. I know I don’t want to be like them but the reality is I am! I have changed but not as much as I want. Can you please teach me how to fix this . . . → Read More: Help! I don’t Want To Be Like My Family!

Loving Yourself When Feeling Overwhelmed

In our stressful society, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. It’s easy to feel inundated with all we need to do, and besieged when too much is coming at us at once.

It’s my experience that overwhelm comes from two different places:

If you are a highly sensitive person – which means that your . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself When Feeling Overwhelmed