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October 15, 2013

How do you trust again after heartbreak?

Here’s a powerful reminder that it doesn’t have to be nearly as hard as it feels Recently I had a client share with me a whole series of disappointing stories about how her relationships had all come to an end through one means or another. That’s when she asked me that magic question: “so how am I ever going to […]
October 2, 2013

You’re Either Victim – Or Victor. Why You Can’t Have It Both Ways.

How One Woman Stopped Feeling “Less Than” And Started Calling In More… We all have disappointments and hurts in life: Things that didn’t work out. People that let you down or hurt you. Goals that haven’t materialized. The thing is – nothing has any meaning except for the meaning you give it. Those who develop the skill to find the […]
May 28, 2013

What happened to the sweet, romantic guy I married?!?

Times…and people…change. So how do you keep growing in the same direction? What happens when that sweet guy you married has seemingly run out of sweet things to say? Recently, I got a call from a friend who was upset that her husband was no longer saying all the nice things or complimenting her like he used to when they […]
May 6, 2013

Do you know your value?

This simple question will not only turn around a troubled relationship. It’ll turn around your life. It seems like I have so many clients right now whose current challenges all lead back to one unmistakable root. They simply don’t know their own value. In one case, it’s a bullying partner who undermines my client’s self-confidence and very sanity, then blames […]
August 25, 2012

Be careful what you wish for…you just might get it

If you keep choosing the same type of partners – and it never seems to work out – you may want to take a step back and look at that Just the other day, I asked my new client to describe the kind of man she was looking for and let’s just say her answers were very revealing. She tried […]
July 3, 2012

Are you self-sabotaging your relationships?

How your hidden beliefs may be getting in the way of you having all the love you deserve I was speaking with a client just the other day who wanted to refer a friend who had just gone through a very difficult breakup. While she was explaining the situation to me, my client brought up a story about some mistakes […]
May 30, 2012

You’ll never make yourself weak enough 
to make someone else strong

If you think might makes right, you’ve got it all wrongI got a call the other day from a woman who had seen my posts in The Daily Love community and I thought her issue would be a good concept to share with you. Oftentimes, when I get the call, people are already at their wit’s end with a situation. […]
May 2, 2012

Have you checked your love filter lately?

When it comes to love and dating, it’s important to check yourself before you wreck yourself…and possibly many others, too. Here’s a great test for you: In the last few days, an interesting news story broke and went viral on the internet and in the process, it really captured my attention because it had it all…love, dating, betrayal, values, rules, […]
February 16, 2012

What Sets You Free Will Also Keep You Together.

Everyone knows that “the truth will set you free.” If only more people would remember it can keep you together also… As a Relationship Coach who gets called in when there’s a real problem, I can tell you I see the damaging results of inauthentic behavior and decisions nearly every day. Some days I wonder if anyone just speaks the […]
February 3, 2012

How To Have The Hard Conversations

Here’s A Great Way To Break The Ice Without The Frosty Response. Introducing “The Win/Win Request” Have you ever had a time when you needed to have a conversation with your intimate partner about a serious situation…but you were afraid it was going to start a fight? Or maybe you’ve found yourself ignoring an issue and grumbling to yourself while […]