You can only accept the love you think you deserve..... In a previous post, I wrote about feeling lovable, about thinking through the old, incorrect, internal messages that you may have grown up with that somehow convinced you that you "didn't deserve it" or "you weren't worth it".... but this post is really for the people… Continue reading If You Aren’t Worth It – What your partner needs to know
One of the best relationship coping mechanisms that I have in my tool box and share with clients is that of "qualifying intention". Let's face it, sustaining a loving, healthy, and communicative relationship can be challenging from time to time. It's not that our 'love' falters, but the little frustrations in our daily life tend… Continue reading The Best Intentions
Over and over again I work with clients who are feeling challenged by behavior that is motivated because they are concerned with how or what people will think of them. All too often, our behavior is motivated, literally directed by the thought "what will they think of me?" Clearly, at the very core of our… Continue reading What Do YOU Think?
I am always fascinated when I notice the experience of what some would say is the ‘collective consciousnesses; when an individual incident thematically repeats itself. This week it has been the concept of CHANGE. During a workshop I presented on Monday there were several questions about coping with change and I spent a fair amount… Continue reading The Rip Current of Change
I am always so deeply saddened when I meet with clients who were never taught that they are lovable. I become infuriated with parents who had the audacity to emotionally or physically abuse their children. No matter how much understanding I have of parental dysfunction, it is simply heartbreaking to know that a perfect human… Continue reading You Were Born That Way