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improvements

October 31, 2012

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Anything you do to improve yourself will naturally spill over into your relationships and improve them as well.  Sometimes when you’ve made some really great sea changes, it will seem like some of your relationships are actually suffering because of them.  Big changes take some getting used to and there may be bumps in the […]

The first day of school

October 30, 2012

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In my past life, I was a school teacher. The first day of school is always extremely important and almost all experienced teachers know how important this day is. That’s because the first day of school is the day where you state your classroom rules and your boundaries and the consequences for not following what’s […]

Making Time

October 29, 2012

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  A woman called me recently and said she wanted to sign up for coaching because she was having trouble meeting quality men. I told her that she perhaps just needed some ideas and I started explaining to her the top five ways a woman can meet quality men (a list I give to everyone […]

Who would you be without your story?

October 28, 2012

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This question comes from one of my favorite spiritual mentors, Byron Katie.  But if I answer this question honestly, I get two different answers. Without my story, I am free and liberated. But without my story, I don’t have a sense of self, which is incredibly scary. Like death, almost.  Where I am in my […]

When you’re learning to be assertive

October 27, 2012

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When you’re learning to be assertive, you’re going to make some mistakes. At times, you’re going to probably slip back into the way you used to be. You may be a temporary doormat, or something may trigger your people-pleasing tendencies. It happens.  Alternatively, when you’re learning to be assertive, you may overstep boundaries and be […]

Fool me once…

October 26, 2012

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You know how this goes. Once someone shows you who they are, it’s really best to just accept that. You’ll save a lot of time and energy by not insisting on giving people so many chances. 

Impractical

October 25, 2012

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It is completely and entirely impractical to think that:  1. Everyone will like you.  2. Everyone will hate you.