In this video, you’ll learn the importance of being be more compassionate—first to yourself, then to the men you date. Check it out!
What would happen if we were more compassionate in dating? A lot! We’d be kinder to ourselves. We’d be more tolerant of the people we date. So, why is compassion so difficult for most of us? Watch this video to learn more…
My podcast guest, G Brian Benson, is living proof that self-awareness and self-acceptance lead to your best life (and epic love)!
My podcast guest, G. Brian Benson, is the epitome of self-awareness and self-acceptance! He is an award-winning and #1 best-selling self-improvement and children’s book author, actor, filmmaker, coach and TEDx speaker. As a 4x Ironman triathlete and cross-country bicyclist, Brian knows the value of hard work and never giving up on his dreams, a message he shares with audiences through each of his creative expressions. Brian’s brand-new book “Habits for Success – Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar” is now available on Amazon.
My podcast guest, Cathy Mines, is passionate about helping women over 50 live their best life. Such a fun show with meaningful tips. Check it out.
My podcast guest, Cathy Mines, is passionate about helping women over 50 see how life gets even better. She inspires a love-your-life attitude through yoga, meditation, and intimate speaking engagements.
Director of Wellness at Reach Yoga and the Founder of The United Hearts of Allies project. Cathy is passionately living her ‘Third Act’ and loving her life’s work in Toronto, Canada. A certified yoga instructor since 2003, a graduate of the Transformational Arts College Spiritual Psychotherapy Program and a Delegate at the Resonance Academy. Receiving a Certified Peace Ambassador Certification has been one of Cathy’s most treasured achievements in this work.
You’ve done it. You survived another stress-inducing, hurdle-jumping, catastrophe-avoiding holiday season and came through the other end relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, that “relatively” part may still be bothering you—some tension in the shoulders, a lingering headache, trouble sleeping… maybe you even find yourself short-fused with the ones you love. Odds are, you are still carrying around the stress and frustration of dealing with the holidays and all their chaos. Here are a few time-tested methods for increasing your self-love and help you get the New Year off to a better start.
I’ve given dating advice to all of my friends, but I myself have never been in a real relationship, and frankly, I’m getting pretty darn lonely. The last “relationship” I had, it turned out he was using me to make his ex-girlfriend jealous and win her back. I really would like someone to share myself with, and for them to share themselves with me. Granted, I have one guy interested in me, but I just don’t see him in that way (he’s more like a brother to me). I’m super shy, though I like talking to guys, but a part of me is afraid of getting hurt and I don’t know how to get past that. Another part of me wishes I could be emotionally available, but I’m not–I’m in love with my best friend, and have been for six years. I know that’s hopeless but I want to not only let him go, but also find love. How can I possibly do this? I find it all so hopeless and impossible.