Browsing All Posts published on »August, 2011«

Challenge # 4: The Dating Journal

August 15, 2011


If you’ve been keeping up with the challenges in the Self-Worth Challenge thus far, you have done a lot of work. Already you’ve developed several systems to refine your dating selection process. You’ve learned how to make conscious choices about your non-negotiables and you’ve defined the traits of both “good” and “ideal” partners. You also […]

Challenge #3: Develop Your Relationship Compass

August 11, 2011


Now that your lists are complete, you may think you’ve got everything you need to get started. But there’s one more challenge you’ll need to take before you have completely mastered developing strong selectivity. The lists your worked on in Challenge 1 and 2 will help you weed-out people who are not right for you. […]

Challenge Two: Who gets to enroll?

August 9, 2011


This month, we’ve been taking a look at how increasing your own perception of your self-worth can assist you in making better relationship choices. I’ve used the analogy of Harvard’s selection process to help you better understand that your selection process is going to have to be conscious one. And in my last post, we […]

Make Like Harvard and Get Selective: Challenge 1

August 5, 2011


Remember the friend I told you about in the issue of August’s newsletter? (If you haven’t signed up for the newsletter, click ┬áhere to join). The one who acted like people were doing her a favor when they went out with her? Many may not like to admit it, but being given even a modicum […]

The Self-Worth Challenge

August 4, 2011


I’ve alluded to this Self-Worth Challenge in August’s newsletter and in my earlier posts this month ( if you haven’t signed up for my newsletter, here’s the link So finally, here it is. Below you’ll find an overview of what the Self-Worth Challenge is, the purpose of the challenges and what you can expect […]

The Essential Shift: Why self-worth is at the core of it all

August 3, 2011


If, in the last post, you guessed that lack of self-worth was at the root of those problems, give yourself a gold star. You were right on. Self-worth is what I call a ‘core’ issue. A core issue is one that runs so deep that it will cause not only problems in your romantic relationships […]

Guess the problem here

August 1, 2011


Ponder this: -You’ve been working at the same company for the past 5 years. Despite your hard work, volunteering for projects no one else will lead and staying late many a night to meet deadlines, you still have not gotten promoted.Although you’d like to use the economy as an excuse, three of the people you […]