§ We came to this world to LIVE OUT LOUD.
I love new beginnings! The chance to start fresh and to reinvent myself and my life.
As the year draws to a close, have you taken the time to reflect on it? The wins? The losses? The things you are proud of? The learnings?
Relationships can be hard. We are often reminded of this more than ever as the holidays approach.
A Client of Mine was a Nurturer. Her Husband was a Maverick. But they didn’t know this.
Do you believe it’s selfish or self-indulgent to love yourself? I don’t. Loving yourself is not only the basis for creating success on your own terms, it’s also the basis of creating healthy relationships and for being able to freely give to others. From the heart without resentment.
I want to share with you my struggle as a mom this week. It was the worst kind. The kind that brings you to your knees and makes you question your faith in all that is good in life.
Dreams do come true and miracles do happen. I spent many years hoping my husband would join me in my passion for personal growth. Then a gave up. I just surrendered to things being as they are and decided to focus on my own happiness.
Ever wonder why romantic partnerships are so hard? Why it’s all great when you fall in love and then “reality hits”? My husband and I have been together for 24 years (yikes!). We love each other fiercely and we think we have a soulful partnership AND it has been REALLY, REALLY HARD at times.
Was one of your resolutions this year to make your marriage or romantic partnership better? To make it more connected, fun, intimate? To turn your mate into your soulmate? My marriage is pretty darn strong now.
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