I have really been feelin’ the love lately. My birthday was last week and I experienced a flood of loving thoughts and wishes from all corners of my life. It was a beautiful reminder of how love has the power to lift our moods, soothe our bodies and calm our minds. It got me thinking…
If you’re one of the many who cannot go to sleep without first checking Facebook or Twitter, this is for you.
Statistics show it takes 15 minutes to make an impression on a man, and that is exactly what I did without knowing it.
Simply asking the question, “How can I best support you right now?” takes all of the guessing out of the equation, saving time and frustration.
I want you to feel good about yourself because you have done a service for someone else today. As you build your compassion muscle, you will be able to witness someone’s suffering without looking away or getting so involved that you lose yourself.
Love doesn’t just stay good. You have to intend that it stays interesting, hot, and fun.
Throughout my years counseling couples, I have discovered that once positive regard and words of gratitude and consideration start to slip, so does the relationship.
In order to create relationships that are fulfilling, you must know, love, and honor your true self. Being able to say “no” is an important piece of that puzzle.
If you are looking for the right one, stop having sex with anyone you have already concluded is the wrong one. No more hooking up with an ex or “friends with benefits.”
Kindness is a choice. Before you speak, before you say anything to anyone, ask yourself, “Is this kind, will it help, and is it true?” Use your words wisely as a way to add value.