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How to manage embarrassing moments

By | March 23rd, 2012|Uncategorized|

Wouldn't you love to have the ability to ride the waves of an embarrassing moment so that you didn't feel like disappearing? You can do that if you follow the tip in this video. It tells you why you get embarrassed so easily and shows you how to reevaluate the experience so you experience it as something positive rather than something to flee from.

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Tolerating bad stuff so the good feels even better

By | January 22nd, 2012|Uncategorized|

If you are fed up with bad feelings and bad situations robbing you of your good moments, you are giving into the bad stuff by getting upset and disappointed. There are good reasons for you to have good and bad feelings both at the same time. Find out how to enjoy the good times no matter what bad feelings seem to get in the way, and value both so that the good ones feel great!

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How to appreciate yourself so that others will too!

By | November 25th, 2011|Uncategorized|

If you don't value the tiny little things about yourself that make you special and unique, no one else will either, because they are hidden and not deemed important. So if you haven't felt thanked and appreciated over the thanksgiving holiday it could be because you haven't found and valued the things about you that are worth giving thanks for.

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Why you should be thankful for the things you hate!

By | November 20th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Hating your emotions and mistakes deprives you of the lesson they have to teach you. Benefit from tuning into their message to get the motivation you need to aim for the positive growth and relationship success that you richly deserve.

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Understanding Your Panic Attacks- Part 2 – Getting Past Shame

By | October 19th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Anxiety Treatment, relationship issues, Uncategorized|

Panic attacks can shock and disturb your sense of equilibrium. Understanding their message can help you deal with the unfinished business left over from your past life. But first you have to get past the shame about having feelings, thoughts and needs that you no longer approve of. Panic attacks fill your radar with shame and force you to deal with things you have avoided but cannot afford to ignore any longer.

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How to get over that “there’s no point” feeling!

By | September 3rd, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Communication Problems, Intimacy, Uncategorized|

When you get that feeling that there's no point saying anything because you "know" how your loved one will react, you relive a frozen image of the past and kill any chances of connection. Get this tip on beginning a conversation to share your ideas, experience and feelings by asking questions that keep you both firmly grounded and fresh in your ever changing relationship and enjoy the contact!

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How does your style of eye contact impact relationship satisfaction?

By | August 31st, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, Uncategorized|

The way you and your partner look at each other predicts healthy versus unhealthy intimacy, and ultimately your relationship satisfaction. Find out how your pattern of eye contact influences how you talk about your relationship and influences your sense of autonomy and togetherness.

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