“Truth is about perception and what we believe shapes what we perceive.” Alan B Jones
Imagine for a second you’re sitting in your living room and just on the other side of a sliding glass door is the ocean. You can see the different shades of blue in the water, you can see the movement of the ocean and the white peaks that form at the tops of the rolling waves. It’s beautiful and calming…and powerful. You could sit there all day admiring the view.
Now imagine that we replace that sliding glass door with a few panes of ...continue reading...
“If you don’t receive love from the ones that are meant to love you, you will never stop looking for it.” Robert Goolrick
“I never intended for this to happen.”
“I never saw this coming.”
“I didn’t go looking for an affair.”
“We were just talking as friends.”
“It just happened.”
Sure there are some people that actively go looking for an affair – the next distraction, the next victim, spending hours on sites like Ashley-Madison. But those aren’t typically the people that find their way to me.
The people in my tribe find themselves in an affair ...continue reading...
“Complaining not only ruins everybody else’s day, it ruins the complainer’s day too. The more we complain, the more unhappy we get.” Dennis PragerYesterday morning I woke up at 5:55 am and struggled to go back to sleep. I had gotten to bed late the night before. I finally fell back asleep only to hear my alarm about thirty minutes later. I was tired…the kind of tired you feel in your bones. But I had client and prospect appointments booked for the whole day starting in one hour, so I got up and got ready. I took ...continue reading...
“Inner peace begins the moment you choose to not allow another person or event to control your emotions.” Pema Chödrön
Here’s something you may not know about me: I am horrible at arguing.
I used to be good at it. I used to grab the biting and hurtful comments with ease. I used to use sarcasm as a passive-aggressive way to get my point across.
But I’ve grown up since then and now I am far more interested in keeping my peace than I am in winning an argument.
So when someone comes at me with lots of ...continue reading...
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“Love was a leap into the unknown, not a cautious dipping of the toe.” Martina Boone
The word courage has a Latin root, cor, which means heart. The heart has long been a metaphor used to depict inner strength. And I’m not sure if there’s anything that requires more courage and inner strength these days than to love.
To open your heart to someone, knowing that it might get broken.
To share your deepest needs and desires, not knowing if they will be met.
To love, even when that act of love may not be reciprocated, at least ...continue reading...
“Adults get to behave however they want.” Brooke Castillo
My client, Maggie, has begged her husband, Joe, for years to spend more time with her. The kids are grown and off on their own now and Maggie is ready to travel more, go to concerts, art exhibits, and new restaurants. She would like to feel more connected to Joe, but keeps hitting what feels like a brick wall.
She asks him if he wants to plan a trip to the Caribbean and he says, “No, I can’t be away from work for that long.”
She buys tickets to ...continue reading...
This December, my book, Why Isn’t This Marriage Enough?, will be in bookstores around the country. But when you’re struggling in your most important, most intimate relationship….I can understand why you wouldn’t want to have to wait until December to get answers, to get clarity, to feel better.
So, I’d like you to have the digital version of the book now – PLUS all the other books that became international best-sellers from the Soulful Truth Telling series on love and relationships:Why Is Love So Hard to Find? For those looking for love… Why Can’t I Get Over Him? ...continue reading...
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Last year I wrote a book for women struggling in marriages that look picture-perfect from the outside, but feel empty and alone inside that marriage. It’s called, Why Isn’t This Marriage Enough? I’m thrilled to tell you that it was picked-up by a New York publisher and will be in book stores this December.
But I don’t want you to have to wait until then…
We read an endless supply of books that teach us how to be the most authentic version of ourselves. We go deep within to understand our needs, desires and longings. We become open to exploring things like meditation and yoga, if we think there’s the potential for finding peace.
But if you really want to grow and evolve in your journey, look no further than your closest personal relationships.
The people we are closest to (and specifically our relationships with those people) are the greatest teachers for our lives. Each one of our relationships powerfully reflects back to us all ...continue reading...