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From the Blog

If You Can’t Stop Thinking Of Him

thinking of himHe’s made it clear he’s moved on. He’s in a new relationship and stopped all contact.

You feel empty; all happiness has been sucked out of your life. You know you should let it go, you should move on and forget him. But you can’t stop thinking of him.

The more you try to not think about him the more you do. Then you swing back on yourself knowing it’s wrong to be doing that. What’s the matter with you? Soon you’re in a downward spiral of self-blame.

Putting your attention on trying not to think about someone is the same as thinking about them. It’s another way you’re still investing your energy and giving them attention. It’s a vicious circle that seems impossible to change.

If you don’t stop the obsessive thoughts you can end up spending months and even years focusing on someone other than yourself and hating yourself for it. This will cause you more than just wasted time; it will rob you of your confidence. This is what it means to give your power away.

There are tools you can use to change your obsessive thoughts and stop beating yourself up for having them. They entail taking action on your behalf. These actions will lead you towards yourself and away from him.

Here are 3 tools you can use to stop thinking of him:

1. Take control of your thoughts. This is the only way change will happen. Any change you want to make in life requires that you first change your thinking. To do that you have to start practicing self-control. You can’t let your habitual thought patterns continue. You’ll have to stop focusing on the past (what was) and stay out of the future (what could have been).

The key to making this work is that whenever Continue>>>

5 Tips On How To Survive Valentine’s Day When You’re Single

Enjoy this interview I did February 12, 2013 for AZTV’s show “The Morning Scramble.” I was thrilled to be interviewed by Pat McMahon, a 7 time Emmy award winner and a super nice guy. He brought the male perspective into the conversation which I greatly enjoyed.

The Importance of Respect In Your Relationships

The importance of respect in your relationshipsWe all know infidelity and financial woes are a major cause of breakups and divorces, but the lack of respect in your relationships can be just as harmful.

Respect is the glue that binds every strong and loving relationship. And for men especially respect is essential. Like an aphrodisiac, it turns them on and lights them up.

Disrespect is insidious and we can be unaware we’re doing it. The most common way it shows up is when we feel we have to change a man; when in our mind we make him wrong. When this is our prevalent thought it shades the way we see him and react to him.

We question his choices and his thinking and make him wrong. We judge him and criticize his behavior. We believe we’re right and he just doesn’t know better. We do this because he doesn’t think or behave the way we do — but he’s not supposed to!

We disrespect a man when we say things like, “How could you do that? What were you thinking? I told you so! How could you be so stupid?”

If a man said these things to you how would you feel? I don’t know about you but it would make me feel like a child, like I was being accused of being a “bad little girl.”

When we make our man feel like “a bad little boy” he’ll Continue>>>

How To Stop Dreading The Holidays

dreading the holidaysAre you dreading the holidays? You feel the all too familiar pressure of trying to be jolly as a wave of sadness fills your heart. You can’t help but think, “Oh please not another holiday without someone to love at my side!”

Here it is again, another year has passed and you’re alone. But actually, you’re not.

They’re 28 million single women over 35 in the US and many of them are feeling just like you. They’re hearts are heavy at the thought of what’s coming.

You may relate to my client Sammie. Sammie’s 45 and she’s dreading the holidays. She’s going to her family gathering this year, once again, without a partner at her side. Of her 4 siblings, she’s only one single and without children. To her dismay, every year her parent’s house is filled with more children and less adults.

She knows her family is sensitive to her situation, each person has their own opinion as to why she is alone year after year.

Whether they feel embarrassed for her or even compassion, none of it feels good. What hurts Continue>>>