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Feminine Co-Creativity Becomes You

She’s sexy as Marilyn Monroe and intelligent as Christiane Amanpour. She’ll totally fill you in on the next chapter of Anita Moorjani’s book Dying to Be Me as well as last night’s episodes of Real Housewives and Downton Abbey. Her talents unleashed are timeless as Judy Garland’s first take of Over the Rainbow and fresh […]

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Hello, Stranger and Other Self-Love Shifts

“A lover simply is love. He or she has become that.” ~Rumi I was at brunch the other day with a good friend. She was telling me about her blind date the evening before. “It was okay, whatever,” she says with a faint sigh. “It was like talking to a stranger for two hours.” I […]

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Authentic Confidence is Divine

Authentic Confidence Is Divine

Are you familiar with the musical Les Miserables? Growing up just outside New York City, I must have seen it on-stage at least a dozen times. As a teenager, the character I most identified with was Eponine whose identity of deep aloneness was captured in her soul-wrenching solo “On My Own.” For kicks, I sometimes […]

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What is Conscious Uncoupling?

For a few months now, he’s been acting distant. The harder you try to draw him close, the more he pulls away. Last night, he came home and asked for a divorce. He loves you but, you know, he’s not in love with you. You could smell it on him. You just knew something was […]

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The Four Keys to Self-Love Mastery

Understanding our deepest needs and taking responsibility for becoming the source of their fulfillment creates a relational field that is, simply, magnetic to great love. Mastering self-love enables us to become a co-creative woman capable of true partnership rather than an insatiable little girl looking for love in—literally—all the wrong places. Self-love, at its very […]

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Do You See the Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

Do You See the Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

Do you see the glass “half empty” or “half full?” A few years ago, I would have wholeheartedly exclaimed “half empty.” Of course! Yes, I admit I was a pessimist! And I was proud of it. At that time, I honestly didn’t feel like it was infringing on my happiness. On the contrary, I thought […]

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Being The One in a post-Carrie Bradshaw world

Being “The One” in a post-Carrie Bradshaw world

Are we faking entire relationships? Is it better to fake it than be alone? It’s exciting how the motivation for love and relationship is evolving quickly as the archetypal Carrie Bradshaw, last decade’s quintessential cosmopolitan woman, can type those questions across her computer screen.  In fact, a participant in my recent New York City-based workshop […]

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Seeing Your Children As If It’s For the First Time

Seeing our children every day as if for the first time is an amazing gift, but not an easy one. Our parenting expert Jenny Runkel, wrote an insightful article “Corrective vision”  which asks us as parents to give our children the gift of presence and to see our children each day with a fresh pair […]

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