How your eating is affecting your Love Life

Eating is fundamental. We need it to live of course, but did you know how you eat is affecting your love life? Many factors affect our energy and how we project ourselves. Our inner dialogue, emotional well-being, perceived level of security, friends, and family, and what we put in your body all affect our outer self-image. How we feel about ourselves takes all of these outside influences into account. They all affect how we think
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6 Signs Showing You’re A Masochist

If you have ever been a “giver” or a “fixer” or a “nurturer.” Then listen up. I’ve compiled 6 signs showing you’re a masochist. When we give to depletion, we create an imbalance in our bodies, our lives, and in our souls. It’s not that the other person is selfish, a liar, and a taker. We let them be selfish, lie, and take because we are masochists. #truthbomb. Let’s explore this a bit more. There
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Blame Your Parents For Your Divorce.

In the way of the Buddha, there is no one to blame but yourself.  Or put another way, you are in complete control of everything that happens in your life whether you are conscious of this or not.  And forgiveness is one of the Buddhist teachings anyway so even if you wanted to blame someone, you have to forgive them at the same time. However, you can blame your parents for your divorce. And when
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This Is How To Take Back Your Power

I do this thing every year to make sure that I’m on track with my life.  It’s like a big life check-in. This is how I take back my power. It’s called Astrology.  Now I’m sure some of you are rolling your eyes right now, like my son always does when I talk about Mercury Retrograde or when I text him a picture of his horoscope from my favorite astrologer in NOW magazine (a local
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How To Eat Through Your Grief

When we feel like our life is falling apart, we cling to behaviors that make us feel like we have control. Eating is typical behavior. When you learn to eat through your grief, you can mitigate the long term damages that a poor diet will have on your body. We don’t want to feel the pain of heartbreak, and we naturally will do anything to distract ourselves from it. And the most common form of
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Endings and Beginnings – 3 Steps to a Powerful 2018.

“Every day is a new beginning”. I’ve had this philosophy most of my life and it’s served me well to get through some tough times. And then there were times when I thought a period of my life would never end, no matter how many times I said my mantra. In fact, this past year has been one of those years of never ending repeating events. Like I was stuck in the same day, ala
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3 Ways to Alleviate Loneliness

When you are going through divorce, the fear of being alone can be far greater than being with a person who no longer loves you.  There’s a tendency is to ignore or convince yourself that your partner's behavior is acceptable. The fear of being alone overrides the fear of being treated badly because at least you aren’t alone or are you...
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How to Survive Separation Shock

When you go through a separation whether it is planned or not you are still presented with a new reality. It feels like your foundation has been pulled out from underneath your feet and you are free floating in space, not knowing what to grab onto. This feeling of not being grounded or connected to...
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Say these 3 little words

Does it still feel like your day isn’t long enough? That you aren’t keeping up? That you have too much to do and not enough time? It’s as if the world is getting faster and faster and the days are going by so quickly. I’ll bet you have lists of lists of lists to accomplish I get it. I was just like that. I would wake...
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How to Erase Bad Memories

The other day, while cleaning out my desk, I found this eraser.  I bought it while on vacation with my sons in Zagreb, when I was deep into my separation with my husband at the time.  While walking the old town of Zagreb we happen to stumble upon the Museum of Broken Relationships. How appropriate...
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