Are you a giver? Giving is a beautiful thing, unless you are dating a taker. Here’s how to be a giver without becoming a doormat, especially when you’re dating!
If you’re a giver by nature, you love to help others, and you treat people the way you want them to treat you. But, there have been times when you’ve felt taken advantage of by takers who don’t give back. How do you keep on giving without being taken advantage of, especially when you’re dating? That’s the topic of today’s video.
Many times, the reason you attract an emotionally unavailable man is because you’re emotionally unavailable yourself. This can be a hard truth to swallow, but if you want to succeed at this thing called love, you need to be honest with your contribution to the issues you’re having. The good news is, once you uncover the problems, you can find solutions. That’s where I come in to connect the dots and give you a clear path to lasting love.
My radio guest, Dr. Saida Désilets is a woman who personifies what it is to move from victim to thriving in life and love. You must check out this powerful episode!
I had an inspiring and delicious conversation with my radio guest, Dr. Saida Désilets. She is a woman who personifies what it is to move from victim to thriving in life and love. She shared her powerful story of transformation after a near death experience at age 20. Dr.Désilets wants to live in a world filled with audacious, sexually sovereign women, living life on their own terms. I couldn’t agree more!
As a thought-leader and body-philosopher, she has published several books: The Emergence of the Sensual Woman, and The Illustrious Jade Egg and had her innovative method featured in Dr. Christiane Northrup’s bestselling books: Women’s Wisdom, Women’s Bodies & The Secret Pleasures of Menopause, as well as in Dr. Rachel Abrams books: Multi-Orgasmic Woman & BodyWise.
After two decades of dedicated, embodied professional practice, Saida is a visionary spokesperson for sexual sovereignty.
Are you at a loss for words when it comes to expressing yourself—especially when it feels vulnerable or scary? In this video, I share an example of the power of speaking up with a story from my past.
What conversation are you avoiding? Maybe you’re afraid of speaking up to ask your boyfriend if he’s shut down his online profile (because you’re already sleeping together). Or you KNOW you deserve a raise, but your boss hasn’t given you a promotion in over a year. It’s scary to ask for what you want, to speak up and stand up for something that’s important to you. In this video, I speak about the importance of having your voice heard. And I share a vulnerable story about how I finally learned to SPEAK UP to someone from my past and get the closure I needed.
If you struggle with body shame, you must watch this video. My guest shares tips to help you truly love the body you’re in.
As a love coach for women over 40, it’s my mission to help women value themselves first. I believe that a woman of value attracts her best partner and lives her best life.
Along comes that nasty saboteur…body shame. Why do so many women dislike their bodies so much? Unfortunately it often starts at a young age, and the shame is perpetuated by the media with unrealistic images of what women ‘should’ look like in order to be seen as beautiful and sexy. This body shame gets in the way of women having the love we deserve. It’s time to change that!
Shame is one of the most debilitating emotional reactions we have. Watch this video to learn how to stop the shame spiral and take your power back!
Have you ever felt the shame of not being good enough, not measuring up to others’ expectations, or doing the wrong thing and wishing you could take it back?
In today’s video, Theresa Byrne and I are talking about how to stop the shame spiral. This is not about setting boundaries with others. Shame requires you to set boundaries with yourself first. We’ll show you how.