One of the biggest issues in relationships can be finances. So if you feel a little nervous about looking for someone who has all his stuff together financially, don’t be! You’re not greedy. You’re not a princess. You just want someone who is your equal.
In this call I will share with you how to go about asking for what you want and feeling good about getting it!
I would love to hear from you about what you are struggling with so I can create more videos to support you! Hit reply to this email and tell me what you need clarity on!
Sending you lot’s of love!
I am so excited that my friend Suzanne Oshima and I have done another interview!
She asked me to talk about “How to Stop Attracting Emotionally Unavailable Men” And, of course I’m an expert on this topic (speaking from experience of my own ghosting stories…) so I say “oh yeah”!!!!
Has this ever happened to you?
You start dating a man…and everything about him is Ah-mazing?!
You have so much in common, as far as values and interests….not to mention the chemistry, it’s unbelievably off the charts!
But then after you get to know him a little better, you start to realize that he’s completely emotionally unavailable!
In fact, as you reflect back on the last several men you dated, you realize for some reason, you keep attracting emotionally unavailable men!
Well, guess what?!
You’re not alone!
Honestly, I can’t tell you how many of my clients have told me at one time or another, that they keep attracting emotionally unavailable men!
Now, a lot of women make the mistake in thinking that the common denominator is the emotionally unavailable men….
But in reality, the common denominator is….YOU!
Yes, I know that’s really hard to hear…
If you want you find out what you can do differently, so you can stop attracting emotionally unavailable men, tune into my interview with Suzanne today!
How to Stop Attracting Emotionally Unavailable Men!
If you are like most women you’ve struggled with (or still are) some of these issues
When you don’t move on when a relationship ends you grant the relationship the power to consume your life and create misery not to mention the time you waste! Sometimes it can be decades.
In this call I will give you a set of strategies for reclaiming your power, recover yourself, your vitality and self-worth!
I would love to hear from you about what you are struggling with so I can create more videos to support you!
Sending you lots of love!
“You have my word.”
It’s a phrase we’ve all heard many times over.
I’m betting you’ve also said it yourself a time or two (or ten, or more)!
But…have you ever said that to someone and come to regret it later?
We often tend to blurt out a promise of help, or a great idea, or an offer to volunteer for yet another “something” when we know, we don’t really have the time or intention to follow through.
This leads to a lot of uncomfortable and stressful situations, either when you eventually back out (leading to guilt and hurt feelings) or when you suck it up and do what you said you would even though you didn’t want to (leading to resentment and frustration)!
A recently published article on psychological research on social acceptance and rejection stated:
“For proof that rejection, exclusion, and acceptance are central to our lives, look no farther than the living room, says Nathan Dewall, a psychologist at the University of Kentucky. “If you turn on the television set, and watch any reality TV program, most of them are about rejection and acceptance,” he says. The reason, DeWall says, is that acceptance—in romantic relationships, from friends, even from strangers—is absolutely fundamental to humans.”
We’ve all been there. The question is, why?
A main reason is that we all crave acceptance and approval from others. Who doesn’t like to receive positive feedback and gratitude? Besides, it’s very, very hard to disappoint people we care about – in fact, many of us downright fear it, worried that we’ll lose the relationships that matter so much to us.
The thing is, when you say yes to everyone else, you have no time or energy left to say yes to yourself!
So, let’s work on changing that.
Let go of the guilt and don’t automatically say yes to every request that comes your way. Take time to consider the cost to your time, your wallet…your sanity!
Eventually, you’ll get good at discriminating what to take on, and what to let pass you by.
And you’ll be able to say yes to yourself that much more often!
Yes to the possibilities.
Yes to the right relationship.
Yes to more adventures.
You’ll be amazed at the sense of control you’ll feel when you save the phrase “you have my word” for the people and activities that truly fill you up.
Still conflicted about telling people no? Here are a few way gentle ways to save your sanity and your karma!
I can’t; my family needs me that day.
I promised myself I wouldn’t add anything to my plate until I was feeling 100% rested again!
Normally I would, but lately, I’ve committed to keeping weekends sacred and clear!
Give it a shot!