"It's almost unbelievable that it FINALLY opened my heart to myself! I really can't believe it that something can work so effectively." — Inese Z.
*Learn how to love yourself.
*Hear your intuition.
*Feel more peaceful and happy.
The inside of my car has seen it all. Laughing, high on life. Crying, freaking out, wondering when my turn would finally come. Angry, screaming, the top of my lungs, a safe place where nobody would judge me. And even if they were, I didn’t care because I’d never see them again. And integration. Deep […]Continue reading
If you embrace the struggle, decide to feel your pain and honor who you are — how can you be happy? If you embrace the struggle, does this mean your life will be one endless struggle? If so, what’s the point? Someone asked me this on Instagram the other day and it’s such a great […]Continue reading
I am a pocket-sized b-word, according to this online quiz I took once. I always worry if I’m a b-word. In truth, at various times in my life I’ve alternated between being a doormat and flaunting my Jersey-girl roots. (Jersey girls, if you don’t know, have a reputation for being a little, ahem, crazy.) Some […]Continue reading
Today is Valentine’s Day and maybe everyone wants a fairytale love story, but I think it’s more fun to go against the grain. Let’s talk about when spiritual growth changes relationships. It’s a really important topic. Personal growth leads to massive internal changes and it’s only natural that this spiritual growth changes relationships, too. […]Continue reading
It was a deep sleep. From Friday through Sunday afternoon, that’s all I did. Sunday night, the exhaustion lingered and I began to worry — am I dying? Images of the grim reaper filled my mind, but in my heart, I knew it was something much different. A lot of times when we […]Continue reading
There’s a saying in the journalism world: If your mother tells you she loves you, check it out. It’s meant to illustrate the reporter’s most prized mindset. Cynicism. As a former journalist, I used to take great pride in my cynicism. It made me feel smart and savvy. Like nobody was going to fool me. […]Continue reading
Lurking beneath the glitter of the holiday season, murmuring under the jingling bells, waiting after all the turkey has been eaten, is an undeniable melancholy felt by many people during this most wonderful time of the year.I wanted to write a holiday survival guide to help you stay sane over the next two months, but […]Continue reading
Exactly seven years ago this month, I was undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. The life lessons from breast cancer I’ve learned have shaped me in nearly every way — and often surprising ways. Receiving treatment during breast cancer month was surreal. I remember walking into a supermarket and seeing pink balloons flying around everywhere as […]Continue reading
In a world where we’re inundated with messages like “happiness is a choice,” not many people speak up for the importance of feeling all emotions. In my life, I’ve found that fully accepting and honoring all the ways I feel has opened the door to more happiness, not less, because how well we show up […]Continue reading
All my life, I’d been given one diagnosis after another. Depression. Bi-polar. Dysthymia (persistently low mood). Therapist after therapist offering me a prescription pad, telling me my biology was bad, never asking me — do you want to learn how to love yourself? You’ve had some serious losses — have you grieved them? Are you eating […]Continue reading