Do you believe that you want a relationship but never seem to find the ‘right one?’
Most people say they want to be in a relationship, yet they consistently do things that keep them from achieving this. If you answer yes to some of the questions on the following list, you might be relationship avoidant . . . → Read More: Are You Relationship -Avoidant?
“A real friend is one who helps us to think our noblest thoughts, put forth our best efforts, and be our best selves.” ~Anonymous
What kind of friend are you? Below are some of the things good friends do.
Listen with caring and attention? Support what brings your friend joy? Have the courage . . . → Read More: Are You a Real Friend?
Discover the major cause of relationship failure and what to do about it.
Most people, when asked if they want a loving relationship, will say that having a loving relationship is one of the two most important things to them – along with having work they love.
Why, then, do so many relationships fail?
If we want to go deeply into why relationships fail, we need to go all the way back to the parental relationship. Continue reading Why Relationships Fail
If you are single, do you relate to any of these false beliefs about being in a relationship?
I have discovered that many of the single people I work with have a number of false beliefs about relationships. If you are single, do you identify with any of these beliefs?
People In Relationships Are . . . → Read More: Single? What Are Your False Beliefs About Relationships?
Are you able to stand in your truth, or do you let others talk you out of what you know is right for you?
When the biblical floods hit Colorado on September 12th, I texted my daughter to see if they were okay. “We’re Ok, the house isn’t.” I called immediately. “There’s a six . . . → Read More: Standing Strong In Your Own Truth
Dating is challenging for many. Here are some tips to turn it into a learning adventure.
Sometimes, dating can be discouraging, or it can be a learning experience. One of the things I encourage my dating clients to do is to use their experience to hone their intuitive skills – starting from the first . . . → Read More: First-Date Blues – What Can you Learn?