One of my very favorite things to do is to help all of us understand what drives us; to have compassion for our “human-ness”. Today we’re going to talk about the very strong drive we have for certainty. And it shows up as us “knowing” – being right – about things. How...
This issue of "Scrumptious Relationships" is inspired by this question, sent in by Susan: “How can I learn not get defensive and angry when my fiancé tells me what to do, and how to do it? He’s very intelligent, an engineer by education, also younger than me. I know...
You probably wouldn't head off on a trip without a map, right? And yet too many women are in (or trying to be in) a relationship with a man without the right kind of guidance; a vision for who they are together.
Resentment. Yuck! And yet, we all experience it. In this week's video, I talk about how to get rid of it, so you can experience more connection in your relationships.
Do you ever hear a woman claim "I did NOT sign up for this!"? (Has it been you?) This week's video tip helps you have better perspective...and gives you a plan...to remember why you "signed up for this", and get to have more warm and fuzzy feelings about your man.
Safety is very important, and we're wired to make sure we have it. The issue? We are oriented toward saying no, rather than saying yes, and it's keeping us from what might be divine!
If you're like most people, you have a particular way that you most feel loved, whether it's verbal expressions, or time together, etc. The amount of love that's being expressed in relationships - and NOT landing for the other - is astounding. This video will help...
Women can let their inner fixer/nurturer/giver gloss over information that a new man is revealing about himself that may be pointing to a potential for disaster. You cannot afford to miss what men are telling you!
Too many women get in trouble by presenting an issue without letting their guy know what they really need from him, setting up both people to feel unhappy. Check out this week's Tasty Tuesday Tidbit for good help with this very common issue.