I get a lot of questions from clients and readers about them having been betrayed by someone. Perhaps a cheating spouse, or a best friend who lied, or they found out that they couldn’t count on someone in the way
What are you supposed to do when your bundle of joy makes you want to tear your hair out? How can you remain Zen when they won’t go to bed, refuse to eat their veggies, and throw tantrums at the worst possible moments?
The fourth type of crazy bitch behavior, is when we go into dictator or even “mommy” mode. We become condescending and arrogant.
In Part 3 of the series, we look at compulsive snooping and stalking – both signs of massive distrust.
In today’s video, I explore what I like to call the “Taming of the Shrew Syndrome”, where we basically ask others to complete a series of impossible to win tests in order to prove their love, affection, loyalty or whatever. This works great in Disney movies. It doesn’t work...
We all have an inner crazy bitch – yes, men, too – who occasionally comes out to sabotage our relationships. What does the Crazy Bitch want and what can we do about it?
Everyone can benefit from loving themselves more. It's something you hear all the time - "You just have to love yourself". But, how can you learn to love yourself, when you don't even know what that feels like?
Is it possible to experience an event such as a divorce in a joyful way?
Her clingy needy boyfriend won’t let her go. Can she set him free without hurting him?
What’s it like to talk to animals and plants? What do they have to say?