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May 16, 2015

Absolute Confidence is a State of Mind

Confidence is a state of mind.  We attract into our lives anything that we give our attention to, regardless whether it’s positive or negative. So, it’s really important that the thoughts you have and the words you say are in alignment with the positive results you want to have. If you have negative thoughts and negative expectations, that’s what will happen. Don’t talk about what you don’t want because you will just get MORE of that! […]
April 30, 2015

7 Tips For Overcoming Shyness

  Shyness is a feeling that most people have experienced. Whether it be mild or extreme, shyness is that feeling of being awkward, uncomfortable or scared in social situations. Many of my clients suffer from shyness or social anxiety. They are unable to speak up and share their thoughts and opinions with other people and they hate the idea of speaking to a group or being in a crowd. When people feel unsure about how […]
April 17, 2015

Self Acceptance: How can I learn to accept myself?

Self-acceptance is very powerful and a very important component in having self-confidence. I’ve had several clients say to me: “How can I learn to accept myself, when I know there’s things about me I don’t like?” One of the biggest misconceptions that people have about self-acceptance, is that self-acceptance means liking everything about yourself. Not true! You don’t have to like everything that you accept. Acceptance also doesn’t mean approval. For example, accepting the fact […]
March 23, 2015

10 Signs of an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

Both men and women can be victims of emotional abuse. It is important to remember that while emotional abuse is often thought of as being committed by a man against a woman, women can also emotionally abuse men, or between members of a same-sex relationship.  Emotional abuse in any relationship is NOT acceptable. # 1) Isolates You Emotionally abusive spouses want you all to themselves. They do not understand that you have a life outside […]
February 5, 2015

People-Pleasers –The Price for Being Too Nice

Most women like to be thought of as a nice person, easy to get along with, and accommodating. I have many clients that are very nice, but they are sick and tired of being a pushover, constantly being ignored, having their voices go unheard, and being taken for granted. By nature women are the care-givers and nurturers. But oftentimes, that “care-giving” crosses over into the “pleasing people” zone, which is a sure-fire way to limit […]