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Amanda Berlin's picture

Super-Size Your Swoon

Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone. Did it live up to your expectations? I am not going to hate on the day of love. I celebrate any day that gives us permission to super-size our swoon and get extra-cheesy, bathing the ones we love, or even kinda like, in our special sweet sauce of love. (Did I take the fast food theme too far?) However, the day is rife with expectation. Whether you’re in a relationship or not, if you aren’t totally in alignment in the love department, Valentine’s Day is a reminder of how out-of-sync things really are. If you are pining for more connection, or for the love of your life to finally walk through your door, the way to get what you want is simple. Create an internal environment of love. 

Ashley Ryan's picture

13 Proven Ways To Balance Work & Family With Ease & Grace

If you're a mom that not only has fabulous children but also a thriving career, you may be referred to as the mom that has it all.

Having a beautiful family and successful career, you most likely know that having it all can also mean doing it all.

Sheena LaShay's picture

The Second Step Towards Getting Exactly What You Want

I’m going to skip over the enlightenment of step one. The given is that the first step to getting what you want is knowing what you want. I acknowledge some people need to work through articulating what they want without the expectations of others and their own self imposed fears and etc……but really, that’s a post for another day. Today, I’m skipping right to step two because that’s where I sometimes get caught up.

Michael Eisen's picture

You Are “The One” You Have Been Looking For

For the past couple of months I was blessed with the experience of being in the most amazing, intimate and heart expanding relationship I have ever been in.  Every moment we spent together was more fulfilling in so many ways than I had ever experienced with anyone else in my life. We were so compatible in most of the areas of our lives, and even our differences complimented each other so gracefully. I couldn’t help but think…maybe she was “the one”.

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The 5 Stages Of Female Friendship

When it comes to romance, we know that there is a lot of ground between being interested in someone and getting married to them.  We have terms like “going on a date” which we know is different than “dating.”  We implicitly acknowledge that it takes time before we can both simply assume that we’re hanging out this weekend without asking each other.

Maggie Lyon's picture

Giving Attention

I’ve been thinking a lot about giving recently. In other words, I’ve been experiencing how the simple giving of our attention—not of gifts or any other highly coveted thing, but of our own undivided open-eared presence—is perhaps THE ultimate act of generosity. Our attention is indeed a powerful show of selflessness, whether we’ve given it wholly to a pet, a loved one, a colleague, or someone we barely know.

Christine Arylo's picture

Are You Blocking Love? 3 Ways To Increase Your Love Quotient & Receive More Love

When I first met my now husband Noah, who I affectionately refer to as “Walking Love” for his great ability to give love fully and freely, my love quotient - my capacity for receiving love - was the size of a pea. Which meant that although I had finally manifested a man into my life that could offer the love that I had yearned for in other relationships, I was unable to let all the love in. At times, he and his love were so much to take in, that my stunted capacity to receive love would become completely overloaded.

Dr. Danielle Dowling's picture

Amp Up Your Sexy With Men (Avoid These 3 Missteps)

So what is it about the woman that always gets the guy?  You know who I’m talking about.

Every guy you know thinks she’s cool/smart/funny.  Men get giddy around her.  Conversations stall when she walks into a room.

Danielle LaPorte's picture

Curatives For Judgement (Please Read Before You Interact With Other Humans)

“Have compassion for everyone you meet, even when they don’t want it. What seems conceit, bad manners, or cynicism is always a sign of things no ears have heard, no eyes have seen. You do not know what wars are going on down there where the spirit meets the bone.”
- Miller Williams

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