Monthly Archives: September 2016

How to Transform Disappointment into Feeling Loved

In my last video post I talked about how we can feel more loved.  It’s SO important, because if we don’t take the time to really articulate what makes us feel loved, then the outcome is DISAPPOINTMENT.  🙁 In this … Continue reading

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How Do YOU Feel Loved?

Do you know what it feels like to feel loved? Most of us are familiar with the 5 Love Languages–acts of service, words of affirmation, physical touch, gift giving, and quality time– as different methods of communicating love with others; … Continue reading

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Introverts & Extroverts Vs. Shy & Non-Shy

What if you’re a non-shy introvert or a shy extrovert? That might sound crazy to some of you, if you confuse extroverts with people-skills or introverts with not liking people, as stereotypes are hard to break.  But for me, the … Continue reading

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Sickness & Surgery: 10 Best Ideas & Gifts for Recovering Friends

My last blog post didn’t go over all that well with you–my beautiful community of amazing women–and you were quick to let me know I had it wrong.  🙂 In hindsight, I probably chose the wrong illustration (a woman recovering … Continue reading

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When Our Friends Disappoint Us: What We Can Do

I listened to a client tell me a story last week about how hurt and disappointed she felt when her friends didn’t rally around her after a recent surgery. I empathized with her, expressed regret with her that they didn’t … Continue reading

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