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Category Archives: Chemistry
“How do I love thee, let me count the ways.” Wrote Elizabeth Barrett Browning in her famous sonnet. And yet we often speak of love as if it were a “thing” we desire. We proclaim our love to others as … Continue reading
This week I had a fantastic time being interviewed on the “Love Summit”. (and if you haven’t registered yet do it now!! Lot’s of great content if you are ready to find Love!) We received a question that I answered … Continue reading
A Reader asks… Q: “I always get bored and ‘fall out of love’ after the honeymoon period. How do I keep feeling attracted to the man?” A: First let me say that this is a question I get fairly often. There are … Continue reading
Last week I got a question from a reader asking “How to let the person down easily and painlessly when you don’t see a mutual loving future.” First, let me say, your kindness is apparent from the fact that you … Continue reading
A reader asks, “How do I create an emotionally intimate relationship without sacrificing freedom?” This is such a great question! First, I want to ask you to define freedom? What do you mean when you speak of “sacrificing freedom?” Because … Continue reading
This past week I recognized a trending theme in some of my coaching sessions; the desire to feel safe. The common denominators: Each client that communicated this desire was a woman, and all of them were referring to relationships with … Continue reading
Last week, I promised I’d begin answering the enormous virtual pile of relationship questions I have received from clients and readers. One of the most commons questions is: “Now that I am in a relationship, how can we continue … Continue reading
For just a moment, think about the last time you experienced a heavy conversation, or an uncomfortable experience with someone. Are you aware that your reactions and responses were all about you? Quite possibly the other party was blaming … Continue reading