Tag Archives: selflove

Is It Too Good To Be True?

I’ve been having conversations recently with a friend.  He truly wants to find and enjoy a long term committed relationship.  His relationship experience is dotted with disappointment and hurt.  He recently met someone new and they clicked. In one breath, … Continue reading

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You Can Pee In A Meeting!

When you’re in a personal or business conversation with someone you care about, and your conversation becomes negative or argumentative, how do you respond? Do you argue back, withdraw inside or flee out of the room? I used to handle … Continue reading

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7 habits revealing you have low self esteem

Years ago, my friends and family would tell me I needed to like myself more.  They said I had low self-esteem.  It frustrated me to hear what I took as judgement and criticism.  That is until the day I realized, … Continue reading

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Purify and Protect

“I feel like I breathe deeper and with a sigh of relaxation when I visit you.” This was a comment I received from my client the other day about my home and office. I told her “You can have this … Continue reading

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