Sun, 29 June 2014
As a marriage counselor, I've learned through the years that there are fundamental differences between relationships that end, and ones that are reparable. And as sad as it is to work with couples who ultimately decide to split, in many cases it's really a good thing for both partners.
Of course break-ups are sad, and hard. There is loss, and grieving to do when your heart is broken. It's especially difficult if you're not the one who called things off. You have the right to be sad and hurt. And, I'd also like to offer you some perspective on why this break up may actually have been a good thing.
1) There was an unsolvable problem.
2) Your break-up saved you from a life of misery.
3) Your failed relationship changed your life for the better.
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Direct download: Why_Your_Break-Up_Was_a_Good_Thing_-_62914_10.14_AM.mp3
Category:Self Help, Relationships, Broken Hearts, Break Ups -- posted at: 10:33am MST
Wed, 18 June 2014
Sun, 15 June 2014
Ahhh Anxiety. The sleepless nights. The pit in your stomach. The worries, ever swirling. Anxiety is the experience of being traumatized by bad things happening… before they actually happen.On today's episode of the Love, Happiness and Success Podcast, I'm going to teach you how to stop mentally time traveling into DOOM, and restore your sense of inner peace.
First, I'll help you understand what anxiety is, and the mind-body connection that keeps you trapped in it's clutches. Then, I'll be teaching you my four favorite techniques for stopping it. They're all mindfulness based, and in my experience very effective. They work for my clients, and they work for me. I have every confidence that they'll help you, too.
1) Anxiety = A Time Traveling Mind
2) The Mind-Body Connection, and Cycle of Fear
3) Anchor Yourself in The Present
4) Define the Explosion
5) Solve Solvable Problems
6) Relax Your Body, to Relax Your Mind
Mon, 2 June 2014
Getting married is not about the ring or the clothes or the party. All that fades away. I can barely remember my own wedding. But the connection, love, and friendship I have with my husband is priceless beyond measure. My marriage is the foundation of my entire life. You deserve to have this too.
On this episode of the Love, Happiness and Success Podcast, I'll be sharing the three essential ingredients you need to create a lifetime of happiness together.
Direct download: 3_Essential_Ingredients_For_a_Great_Marriage_-_6214_11.45_AM.mp3
Category:Marriage, Weddings, Self Help, Relationship Advice -- posted at: 11:51am MST