It’s time to look at what you’ve put up as obstacles to dating and finding a mate and to discover if they are truly obstacles or just excuses that keep you in a place of comfort or discomfort.
My energy goes up and down like a yo-yo (and I am okay with that)!
The COVID-19 experience is random, tragic, beautiful, unifying, lonely, and filled with lessons that are changing me.
Think of this time with yourself as a great opportunity to reboot, upgrade, and delete some files that no longer serve you.
Your new person may not want to have personal contact with you at this time, so be aware of that.
If you are wondering why your mate hasn’t taken you out in a while, how about you invite them on a date?
When true love is present, you stop wondering, worrying and trying and instead effortlessly share, listen, speak, trust, forgive, enjoy and empathize.
Parenting is the hardest thing I have ever done and my greatest teachers have been my children.
What you get from others depends on your willingness to allow them to give to you.
You are your greatest asset and no matter where you go, there you are!
When going on a date or starting a new relationship, it is important to remember the power of words and how words can inadvertently screw up the best of intentions.
3 tips from Marco & Galia on catching the waves.
Start small, track your progress and celebrate your wins!
4 reasons to start, stay or go!
Everything you say to yourself either elevates or lowers how you feel about yourself.
Do you like tents or the Ritz more?