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Category Archives: relationships
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
In this final segment of my 5-part series on Conscious Communication I’d like to address a couple of things that are imperative to good communication. Silence and listening. 1. Silence. Such a vast topic, and yet something we don’t experience … Continue reading
That difficult conversation I’ve been helping you get ready for… you must make it about you. Because… It is about YOU. You may be hesitant to make the conversation about you, because of the popular insult, “she makes everything about her” … Continue reading
How do you feel about having a difficult conversation? You might feel like running and jumping off a cliff just reading that question. Very few people enjoy the thought of being involved in a difficult discussion. Here is why you … Continue reading
This week I’ve been aware of how often people have weak boundaries, or really no boundaries at all. Do you say “yes” to requests others make of you when you would really rather decline? (Are you “shoulding” on yourself?) Do … 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