Tag Archives: love
After 20 years of coaching, there seems to be a theme that is running rampant.
People are bitter about love.One of the biggest reasons is obvious, but the other two are things that you can actually control and work on. So I’m going to list all 3, but also tell you how you can work on the things you have the power to work on. Read more
I love women, I really do. You just want to know if a man is into you. You’re always looking for signs. My mother was big with that. She always taught me that there would be signs if I met my soulmate, signs that she was the one for me. Signs that I would be meeting my next girlfriend. I love signs. Unfortunately Read more
Relationships ebb and flow. Even in the best relationships, there will be moments when you feel unloved or less valued than you like. It’s just part of letting someone else into your heart. No need to feel like it’s the end of the world when you have moments of feeling under-appreciated in your relationship. But, if these moments are adding up to a general sense of feeling unloved, there are a few things you can do to address that. And you should jump on them. The sooner, the better. Read more
New Year’s Eve is creeping up on us and I think, in general, the sentiment is to dread New Year’s Eve, especially when you’re single. I know that I do the years that I’m single. It feels like there’s so much expectation tied up in the night and so little you can do to impact how the evening goes. Well, I’m here to tell you that, despite how it feels, you actually can do quite a bit to impact how your evening goes. Here are the changes you need to make right away so you can choose from your pick of suitors to spend New Year’s Eve with. Read more
I’m a type A, get-er-done gal. I want everything to happen right now, if not five seconds ago. And I really do mean everything. I never take my time with anything. Love is no exception. I move quickly with matters of the heart and I think you should too. It’s a total myth that taking a new relationship slowly will yield better outcomes than rushing in. Taking your time with love really never pays off. And, actually, it backfires a lot. Here’s why. Read more