Couples Who ‘Chore’ Together, Generally Stay Together

Do you and your partner do chores together? If not, this article might be very helpful to you.

One of the major complaints I hear from my clients who are married is around the issue of chores. I can tell you from my own 30-year marriage that the issue of chores was a big . . . → Read More: Couples Who ‘Chore’ Together, Generally Stay Together

Procrastination And Loving Yourself Are Mutually Exclusive

Do you find yourself procrastinating when you have hard or boring stuff to do? Do you then judge yourself for procrastinating? There is a way out of this!

What do you do when you have stuff to do that is hard for you, or stuff that may be really boring to you – like . . . → Read More: Procrastination And Loving Yourself Are Mutually Exclusive

Instant Healing Of Your Ego Wounded Self? It Doesn’t Exist

Do you think you should be farther along in your healing than you are? Do you get discouraged when dealing with the same issues over and over? You’re not alone!

“How long will it take me to heal?”

“I’ve been practicing Inner Bonding for 6 months now and I still get stuck in my . . . → Read More: Instant Healing Of Your Ego Wounded Self? It Doesn’t Exist

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