She needed her car.
She had to get around town.
Her tire was blown and the rim was shot.
She has no family. A few friends. No partner. No kids. And, very little money.
She really needed her car.
Somehow, she found a way; she finally maxed out her credit card.
She fixed it all. She had her car back.
But she was still broke financially and in emotional pain. Continue reading
Comparing ourselves to others is natural. We can’t help it.
We notice how other people look, what they drive, how much money they have, their social status, academic accomplishments, and degree of public notoriety (among many other things) and compare ourselves to them; noticing what we have or lack.
We, then, come to one of these assumptions:
1. I am, have, do enough and therefore I am happy.
2. I am mediocre, need to do more, and therefore I feel ok about me/my life.
3. I am not enough and therefore I am unhappy. Continue reading
She is 27 years old. Bright, attractive, and unhappy.
Originally, she sought out my services because she said, “I’m dating two people and I am feeling the pressure of which one to choose.”
As it turns out, this really wasn’t the core issue.
Let’s just put it out there.
If you’re single on Valentine’s day, you probably think, to some degree, that it sucks!
What, with all of the cards, pink and red hearts, commercials about love equaling a jewelry purchase, and fancy chocolates, it makes sense.
It’s the dreaded day that you just want to go away!
Well, what if I were to tell you that NOT having someone to celebrate Valentine’s Day with doesn’t have to feel so insanely painful.
In fact, it can be downright AWESOME!!!!
Wouldn’t you want to know why? Continue reading