How To Love Yourself When Someone Is Being A Victim

Do you know how to love yourself in the face of someone complaining to you and being a victim? . . . → Read More: How To Love Yourself When Someone Is Being A Victim

3 Steps to Healing from Betrayal

Betrayal is one of the hardest things to go through, and it is vitally important that you deal with it in a way that doesn’t cause you even more pain.


It is devastating when someone whom we believe cares about us betrays us – lies, cheats, breaks a sacred promise, hurts us behind our back, steals from us, turns others against us and so on.

The Steps to Healing From Betrayal

  1. Releasing the feelings rather than staying stuck with them

It is vitally important to find healthy ways of releasing the outrage, heartbreak and helplessness over the other person that occurs in betrayal. The first step in releasing these very painful feelings is to move into compassion for yourself. Too often, we may blame ourselves for not seeing the signs of betrayal and getting caught unawares, but we must remember that we are human and can’t always know what’s happening. Continue reading 3 Steps to Healing from Betrayal

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“No One Appreciates Me”

Have you ever hear yourself say, or said to yourself, “No one appreciates me.”

I used to say this to myself all the time. I was constantly giving myself up to please others, and then ended up feeling completely unappreciated and resentful – until I learned how to take loving care of myself and appreciate myself.

I encountered this recently with Jayden, a young man who consulted with me after his girlfriend left him and he got fired from his job as a construction worker. An alcoholic who had stopped drinking last year, he was back to drinking.

“I gave so much to my girlfriend and worked so hard at the job. I don’t understand this. No one ever appreciates me,” he said with a resentful whine in his voice. Jayden was obviously feeling like a victim of his girlfriend and his boss.  Continue reading “No One Appreciates Me”

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Relationships: Attract at Your Common Level of Self-Love

Learn to attract people at your common level of self-love, rather than at your common level of self-abandonment. . . . → Read More: Relationships: Attract at Your Common Level of Self-Love

Core Sadness vs. Wounded Sadness

Discover the vast difference between core sadness and wounded sadness, and what causes each. . . . → Read More: Core Sadness vs. Wounded Sadness

Gaining Others’ Respect

Are you distressed about how often others are disrespectful to you? Discover why this may be happening and what you can do about it. . . . → Read More: Gaining Others’ Respect