If you’ve suffered depression and haven’t found your way out yet, or you’ve found your way out but it still sneaks up on you, I share some strategies in this episode that may help you feel just a glimmer of something better.[Read more…]
You might be surprised to find out that respect from others happens naturally when you honor yourself and your personal boundaries. Doing this shows the world who you really are, and what behavior is okay, and what is not.
You are worthy and deserve respect. Honoring yourself shows the world the type of behavior you will and won’t accept, improving your relationships and keeping you not only happier, but sane! [Read more…]
Hurtful people do a really good job of causing us to feel bad about ourselves.
Not only that, we end up repeating what they said or did to us in our mind over and over again. The emotional trauma can last for months or years.
In this episode I help transform the hurtful messages from others into empowering declarations that help us move on see them for who they really are.
I was chatting with a client recently and told her that over the weekend, I drank a soda. This may not be a shock to you, but it was for me because I haven’t had a soda in about twenty years.
I was at a horse farm with my girlfriend enjoying some time away from home, and this craving came over me. I really, really wanted a soda.
Every time I’ve tried to drink soda in the past (after I quit soft drinks), I got an instant headache. This was a blessing when I was getting off my soft drink addiction because it made the cravings a lot easier to reject. [Read more…]
If you’re commitment-phobic or someone who has trouble making and committing to decisions, you’ve probably noticed your life coming to a standstill more often than you want.
The solution may be a simple change that’s a challenge to implement, but could transform your life.
Listen to this episode to help you make decisions faster and easier.
Your level of function or dysfunction as an adult is almost always determined by the most unhealthy or toxic people in your family growing up.
When you are raised by those who didn’t or couldn’t love and support you as you deserved, you may have developed “broken” tools to deal with situations as an adult. When your emotional toolbox has a bunch of broken tools, you may keep getting the results you don’t want, causing you to stay unhappy.
In this episode, I help you identify those broken tools and what you can do to start utilizing them the right way, or even fixing them altogether.