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

Beyond Addiction to Health, It’s Not About Willpower

Do you say you want to be healthy but continue to turn to various substance addictions? Do you believe that it’s just a matter of will power?

As we all know, many people in our country are suffering from obesity and major health issues. It’s interesting to explore this in terms of intent.

When . . . → Read More: Beyond Addiction to Health, It’s Not About Willpower

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 means ‘Owning It!’

Years ago I heard my guidance say to me, “Own it!”

“What do you mean by own it?” I asked. “Own what?”

No answer.

 

What Owning It Means…

It took me quite a few years to understand what “Own it!” means. Now I know that it means to fully own my own life, . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself means ‘Owning It!’

Loving Yourself in the Face of False Accusations

For many of us, being falsely accused is extremely painful. Were you ever falsely accused as a child? How did you feel?

I was falsely accused numerous times by my parents – accused of being irresponsible when I was over-responsible, of faking pain for attention when I was in deep pain, and of having . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself in the Face of False Accusations