Seeing through the Eyes of Love

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Seeing through the Eyes of Love

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Seeing through the Eyes of Love

“Every loving thought is true. Everything else is an appeal for healing and help, regardless of the form it takes.” A Course in Miracles

 

I have a client in Europe that I’ve been working with for a little over a month, who I’ll refer to as Heather. She contacted me because she’s been in a long-term relationship for several years now that she knows isn’t right for her. She can physically feel the discord of it in her body; she can’t sleep when she’s with him, she can feel the wall go up around her heart and all ...continue reading...

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Emotional Abuse is Still Abuse

“It’s never pretty when you leave an abusive and controlling relationship. The warden always protests when the prison gets shut down.” Dr. Steve Maraboli

 

Physical abuse can be easy to spot. There’s no denying bruised ribs, a black and blue eye or a broken bone.

Although not as easy to spot, emotional and verbal abuse can be just as damaging to our spirits.

My client, Kathleen, was in her marriage for 30 years and didn’t realize that she had been abused by her husband until months after he left and she sought help.

My client, Andrea, was married to ...continue reading...

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The Three “F” Words in Your Relationship

“Just because your relationship wasn’t forever, doesn’t mean it was a mistake. It means it was an important chapter in the long story of your life.” Sharon Pope, Soulful Truth Telling: Am I in the Wrong Marriage?

When we’re struggling in a relationship or nursing the wounds from a painful breakup, there are three words that can keep us stuck or propel us forward. We can choose to use them as a stick to beat ourselves up with or we can see them through a softer, more compassionate lens and use them to help us evolve into a better ...continue reading...

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One Simple Way to Let Go of Perfectionism

“Perfectionism is not a quest for the best. It is…the part that tells us that nothing we do will ever be good enough…”                   Julia Cameron

I was getting ready to graduate college and I recall sitting with a career counselor who was prepping me for future interviews. I remember being told that I had to be able to articulate 1-2 weaknesses about myself – but it would be best if the weaknesses have the potential to be somewhat positive. So rather than saying something like, “I swear a lot,” I should instead say: “I can be somewhat of a ...continue reading...

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