How to create a positive feedback loop is what I teach my clients in couples therapy or marriage counseling sessions at our Key Largo and Boca Raton offices. I didn’t expect I would get a reminder about the importance of using a positive feedback loop! But read my story here: Last week, I took a much needed holiday. I completely disconnected from life at home and work for a week. It was a fabulous opportunity to recharge, practice radical self care, connect with self and family. But, this isn’t a story about self care. Its a story about relationships. (more…)
To be honest with others … super difficult for some, for others, being honest is their second nature. Take this quick quiz below to find out how well you’re doing with honesty in your relationships.
Did you worry about how to balance your life? Perhaps you know this infamous clip from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Veruca Salt is well known for her impatience. If you’ve met me, you know the Veruca Salt side of me is alive and well. And, it’s also been tempered by a harsh taste of reality, therapy, and self-help groups, LOL.
Let’s get some clarity so you can answer this question if you have confidence or self-worth honestly. If I had a dollar for every time someone told me “I don’t have low self-esteem” I could’ve retired years ago. (more…)
What I hear you saying is you like the idea of facing your shit. I’m relieved and excited that you find the idea how to grow as a person so powerful. I know from experience that it’s easier said than done. There are so many excuses and distractions that get in our way. The most common ones I hear is lack of time, money or faith that it will even help. Well, it does help. (more…)
How to improve your focus and find hidden strength? I was working on my headstand in yoga this week. Actually, I work on my headstand every week lol. When it comes to my yoga practice, I have confidence in my flexibility and balance. I don’t feel very confident when it comes to my physical strength. If I can’t hit or hold a particular pose, I tend to default to the belief that I’m not strong enough yet. (more…)