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How a Self-Love Experiment Can Help You Become Your Own Best Friend

I HAVE WHAT I refer to as a guru. But he is also my life coach, adviser, and healer. The last time I met with him, he told me, “You will find lasting love when you love yourself. Your only homework is to Love Yourself.” I felt like a helpless child watching as an adult dangled candy in front of me. The sweet thing I wanted so badly in my life was right there in front of me yet completely out of my reach. His words echoed in my mind: “All you have to do is love yourself and you will have everything you … [Read More...]

Wisdom & Self Growth

The Power of Sound Healing

Sound Healing

Have you ever experienced listening to music, and feeling it within your body, or noticing it affect your emotions? Have you heard music that caused your body to relax, and your mind to clear? Sound is a profound and effective healer. I'm sure we have all experienced moments when we hear some music and it invokes an emotional response, or a memory surfaces from a time when we heard this same music or felt the same emotion. Music has also been shown to bring a person with dementia back to the present or to help them connect with their memories. They may not be able to speak or answer questions, but when they hear music, they begin to sing the words. We do store memories and emotions in our bodies, in our cells and tissues. It is not just in our minds, it can be … [Read More...]

Health & Wellness

5 Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Back-to-School Anxiety

School, Anxiety

It’s that time of year again when kids head back to school and your family settles into a new routine.  As a mom of four daughters, I understand what it’s like to feel a mixture of relief and uncertainty heading into the school year.  It’s time for a new teacher, different classmates and new expectations which creates anxiety for many kids about school. Sometimes the anxious feelings kids experience are obvious, for example telling you they don’t like school or that they don’t like a particular aspect of the day.  However, other times their anxious feelings are more discreet, such as a change in appetite, hypersensitivity to situations, aggressive or attention seeking behavior, change in interaction with friends or lack of interest in activities. I understand how … [Read More...]


Transforming Your Relationship: How to Forgive and Start Anew in Your Relationship

Relationship, Transformation

If you’ve been following along in this 6-part Transforming Your Relationship blog series covering our 8-Step Relationship Transformation System, at this point, you’ve created a vision for your relationship, you’ve had a perspective shift so you actually SEE the dynamics in your relationship differently than you have before,  you’ve used tools and strategies that work to shift yourself and create a change with your partner, you learned how to become a team and create a rock-solid relationship –where nothing and nobody and come between you, and today I’m going to share Step 5, which is “Start Anew”. Starting Anew is about wiping the slate clean, releasing all hurts, betrayals, pain, and things not yet forgiven.  By definition, when there are things that have come … [Read More...]

Career & Business

Six Ways to Generate Compelling Client-Centric Blog Posts

Blog Post

As a heart-centered, service-minded entrepreneur, you want to authentically connect with your ideal clients. In many circles, this is known as “marketing.” Before you shudder and turn away, know you can market in a way that feels great to both your potential customer and you. One tool to create connection and value is publishing a blog. I could spout off many statistics about why you ought to blog, but I won’t.  Why? Because I want to encourage you to dig deep and examine your “WHY” and determine how you can share incredible resources and information with your ideal clients because that’s just how you roll. At the end of the day, blogging demonstrates your authority and builds rapport with potential clients while keeping the current ones engaged. Your influence … [Read More...]