Blaming Others for Our Bad Attitude

Our family recently went to see the movie, Peter Rabbit. A comical and light movie, Peter Rabbit was superficially entertaining, yet it had a deeper lesson that wasn’t so obvious and I’d like to share it with you… Peter Rabbit and his family create all kind of messes for the old and the new Mr.…

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How to Become Aware of Negative Emotions

How To Become Aware Of Negative Emotions

Emotions are God given feelings which allow us to experience the world around us. In essence, emotions are neither positive or negative, but because through them we experience positive or negative feelings, we refer to the emotions themselves as positive or negative.   The overload of negative emotions that have not been processed causes us…

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What’s the Difference Between Conditional and Unconditional Love?

The topic of conditional and unconditional love is addressed with almost every client I work with.  Although some people would say “If it’s conditional, then it’s not really love,”  it is just a way of speaking. We use “conditional” as a framework of what we are speaking about.   When I address the topic of…

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The Right Strategy- 4 Questions You Can Ask Yourself to Get Your Desired Outcome

A few weeks ago I shared with you that I had not yet accomplished my goal of having six pack. One of the things I shared was that my strategy had not worked. Interestingly enough, several of you asked me to share more about what a STRATEGY is and how I use it to help me…

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Choosing the Best Time to Have Difficult Conversations with Your Spouse

I wish I could tell you my marriage is a breeze. The truth is, it’s not. In fact, I always say, “Gus and I are the strongest marriage I know and the weakest marriage I know.” Because of our childhood issues and the many challenges we’ve had in our marriage, it is so easy for…

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5 Critical Steps to Follow When Resolving Conflicts with Your Spouse

I was sitting in my bed trying to hold back the tears, not knowing why the most important person in my life was constantly hurting me…and I him. Hurtful words from wounded hearts were the norm for Gus and I. Trying to give love out of a dried up well was the constant in our…

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10 Ways to Guarantee Your Marriage Will End in Divorce

The divorce rate in the United States is nearly 50%. Those are high numbers considering 100% of these couples were supposedly in love when they married. I am sure not one of these couples considered they had a 50/50 chance of not making it. Their dreams to live “happily ever after” ended in a friendly…

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Why So Many Leaders Fail and End Up Losing Everything

Every couple of months we hear of a “famous” person in our society, niche or circle of influence who got into a tight spot with the law, their community or their marriage. When we watch the news or read the posts about such situations, we are deeply saddened because in a way we are looking…

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Live Life With Flavor Challenge Day 18 – Pain in Marriage

Today is Day 18 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and Wild Marriage Wednesday! Throughout this challenge I have wanted to share some of the things that contributed to the woman I am… Like any budding friendship, topics start out fun and exciting. Then as people become more familiar, conversations of a more intimate nature are brought…

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Live Life with Flavor Challenge Day 13 – Friend or Foe?

Today is Day 13 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and Wild Marriage Wednesday! So far, we have talked about a lot of unity in the marriage… But, like you, I understand in every relationship there must be catalyst, in order for growth to occur. Often times, that catalyst looks like discussions where both…

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