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You Can Trust Yourself Again

“Everything you want lies on the other side of learning to trust yourself.” Vironika Tugaleva

 

One of the things that will keep women stuck in solitude after a divorce, I’ve found, is a fear that they will again make the wrong choice or another mistake in who to love. They don’t yet trust their instincts (or they don’t trust men, which is just another flavor of not trusting yourself that you’ll be able to decipher the good ones from the bad).

Peg was a new client who was ready to dive in deep after her failed relationship so ...continue reading...

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Love is Durable. Trust is Fragile. Respect is Crucial.

“Without respect, love is lost.” Unknown Author

 

No one calls a Love Coach when their relationships are going well. So, I’ve spoken to thousands of people about their troubled relationships; some find their way back to one another and some do not.

In the midst of that, here’s what I’ve found:

Love is durable.

It can withstand a lot of ups and downs, all the ebbs and flows that happen in a relationship. It can live through a lot of hurt and still be the light in a dark place. When you love someone, even when things aren’t ...continue reading...

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Life Will Never be the Same

“Transformation is never easy or painless, but essential to the growth of our soul.” Elizabeth Gilbert

It was the Sunday at the end of a long Thanksgiving weekend. While my husband was out, I packed a bag and placed it in my car.

When my husband came home, we sat there in the foyer and I told him I was leaving. I don’t remember exactly what I said, but I remember that anxious, confused and scared feeling as if it were yesterday.

When I walked out that door of my home that evening, I had crossed a sacred threshold ...continue reading...

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3 Things My Husband has Taught Me about Love

“Soul connections don’t happen every day. When you find one, be grateful. They are gifts. Accept them graciously. The love you’ve been wishing for is here.” Judith Orloff, M.D.

I am a teacher; therefore, I am a lifelong learner. In order to be a great coach and speaker, I have to be continuously learning and challenging myself so that I can serve my clients at my highest level.

I just finished one book and I am in the middle of 3 other books. I just completed 3 online training programs, am in the process of one certification and am ...continue reading...

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