But so many of us lack confidence, and we’re not quite sure how to get it. Some believe that confidence can be built with affirmations and positive thinking, but that’s not quite how it works.
My parents divorced when I was 13 years old. It was devastating. I hated my father for not being in my life during my teen years when I needed him, his validation.
Dear Beyoncé, I have loved you for a long time. You have been a huge role model for millions of people, especially girls. But today, I am starting to worry about you.
The practice of being here for ourselves, offering ourselves the presence and companionship we sought from our long-ago parents, and still seek in our current relationships, is not just a *nice* thing to do for ourselves, but a fundamentally brain-rewiring, heart-shifting practice that can free us up and change our lives.
Try this for controversial: What we feel and what we think doesn’t matter. Boy, I’m sure the title alone has scared some people off this website.
No one sets out to find a dysfunctional relationship. We set out to find love and the happiness we deserve but - we got a small problem here Houston - we’re carrying too much baggage.
My divorce was the most devastating experience of my life. With each day over that two-year process, I could feel the waves of depression slowly pulling me down into deep despair.
My world tilted on its axis after discovering physical attraction and emotional maturity were two unique relationship components. But what was I to do with this newfound information?
My passion for promoting healthy relationships began at the very worst time of my life. The end of my marriage ignited a firestorm of emotional pain.