Do you know the anxious-avoidant dance? You'll want to avoid this at all costs.Read More
If you are a Love Paralyzer, you may not understand why it feels so difficult to find love. And if you’ve ever knowingly or unknowingly dated a Love Paralyzer, you may feel incredibly confused by the swift pulling away that they can do in a developing relationship.Read More
Not to make light of real PTSD here...but many of us feel like we've been through some traumatic dating experiences that can leave us a little shell shocked. To know how to trust again, consider this.Read More
I was recently in a brief relationship with someone where I kept hearing the whispers of intuition. Many years ago, I would have ignored them for all of the reasons mentioned above. I know better now. Instead, I listened. I used the whisper as a barometer and a guide. The more I listened, and gave it room to breathe, the louder it spoke to me.Read More
As a psychotherapist for over 20 years, I have witnessed a lot of heartbreak. I have had the unique experience to go “behind the scenes” and observe how we, as human beings, experience pain, joy, and every emotion in between.
But somehow, with all of my so called therapist “expertise”, I was stuck when it came to healing my own broken heart. And, as a card-carrying member of the tribe of humanity, I have been no stranger to the raw, gut wrenching feelings of heartbreak.Read More
For those of you who are done with dating, listen up. Dating can be hard. If we were meant to be living alone in isolation for the rest of our lives, the dating industry wouldn’t be making billions of dollars on people who are searching for love. So let’s admit it.
We want love. We need love.Read More
The heart expands with every moment of love and acceptance, and it contracts when it’s bruised with hurt. But it is never truly broken. It becomes stronger every time we allow ourselves to surrender, and push it wide open to its expansive edges.