Do you notice your patterns of communication with others? This author didn’t used to pay much attention to hers, but she’s learned a lot since then – and here are the lessons that could make a big difference in your relationships.
I hate to break it to you, but it’s possible your relationship is actually making you tired. Maybe you’ve been together a while or have fallen into a routine, but most likely it’s because you, your partner, or both of you have stopped feeling excited in your relationship. Want your relationship to keep you energized? Try out my four go-to techniques.
A balanced relationship in which all parties feel good, safe, valued, and loved is possible. Here are a few things to consider to make that happen.
Here are five phrases to feel capable, deserving, and enough.
It can be difficult to find out what your own needs are, but it’s so vital that we try. Here are 4 tips to get started!
Multitasking — in all aspects of our lives — means we’re likely doing more for other people than we are for ourselves. And as if that isn’t a red flag on its own, here are some reasons why multi-tasking does more harm than good.
Have you ever been so angry at a situation that you felt at a complete loss to take action? If you find yourself in this or a similar situation, here is what this author’s learned about how to let go.
I was twenty-nine when a boyfriend told me it was strange that I didn’t share my food when we went out. At the time, I thought, “Why would I want to share my food? I ordered it so I could enjoy it.” My philosophy? What was mine was mine, and yours was yours. Thinking about it, though, I realized that I kept more than just my peas and carrots to myself.
To others, it was strange that as a young kid, I would often sit for hours with only the thoughts in my head. Over time, I saw how easy it was to become consumed by my thoughts and feelings, letting them take over. A lot of the back and forth wasn’t so nice, and I could get mad at myself for almost anything. So what I want to address is how NOT to get stuck in uneasy emotions.
When this woman looked at other women’s accomplishments, she felt worse about herself and criticizing them was her defense mechanism. Here’s why, and how, we can support rather than lament the success of other women.