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Self Care – Means A Healthy You!

Body, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Self Care: A Biological Necessity Self care is an idea that is foreign to so many. Most people have this underlying idea that we are selfish if we take time for ourselves. Parents especially feel this way, since…

10 Ways To Be More Kind To Your Self!

Body, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

When going through a divorce, it is so easy to get down on yourself. We blame, we shame; and the target is often ourselves. Negative self-speak can seep into your thoughts as you navigate this new chapter in…

How Do I Get My Inner Passion Back?

Dating, Divorce, Dreams, Emotional, Love, Self Help, Starting Over

You’ll hear many experts say things like “Passion is attractive”. Well, that’s only useful if you’re feeling the passion, am I right? What about those times when we were just heart broken or when the weather’s been absolute…

10 Ways to Free your Mind from Negative Thinking

Dating, Divorce, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

During a Separation, or following a divorce, it is so important to start the process of freeing your mind from toxic, negative and unhealthy thoughts. This journey may be painful at first, but there are so many benefits:…

6 Reasons Why Dieting Fails You Every Time (what to do instead)

Body, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Self Help, Starting Over

If you’ve tried to dieting more than once in your life, then you already know…Diets don’t work. If they did, you probably wouldn’t be reading this. You certainly wouldn’t be looking for a “solution” for your weight and…

Are Affirmations Crap?

Body, Career, Children of Divorce, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

I used to think affirmations were crap. A nice idea, but ultimately just that: a nice IDEA. Nothing truly useful. How could simple words said or heard over and over make a difference, and if it does, isn’t…

What Is Power Love?

Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

WHAT IS POWER LOVE? We call many things love. I remember in grade 9 when I had a major crush on Josh, this guy at school. I used to obsess over him. After school, I’d get my markers…

Shame When Looking For Love

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

I have to admit when I first heard my calling to being a Love Coach, I thought to myself, seriously? I’ve been a feminist my entire adult life and now I’m going to help women attract men?? Have…

Lost Love and 5 Tips To Survive It

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Life doesn’t always turn out the way you want or planned. There is, I suppose, some beauty in that. However, we all want things for our lives. But, most importantly, all of us just want to be loved,…

Beginning Of Four Journey

Children of Divorce, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

October 2010 I left with two garbage bags that were full of my clothes and my children’s clothes. I had no job, no money, no friends because my ex husband had isolated me and my family shut me…

5 Tips For Dating After Divorce

Dating, Divorce, Dreams, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over, Teen Dream

Despite the emotional and physical pain of divorce, most people who end a relationship decide to pursue a new one. This is because the benefits of love far outweigh the pain. Of course, dating after a divorce is…

Relationships And Gaslighting

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Mental Illness & Addiction, Moms, Self Help, Starting Over

Gaslighting: it’s more common than you think, and yes, it’s a terrible thing to have to endure. Worse, there are people out there that don’t even realize they are in this kind of relationship. But many are faced…

Sometimes You Have To Filter Through Trash To Find Treasure

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Sure, no one gets married with the intentions of getting divorced, but, as we know, it happens. Often. Here’s the thing, though: despite the devastation and heart-break of going through a divorce, I think more good than harm…