The Mother Wound-Why it affects you and how to heal it!

Women have been speaking out recently about abuse that has been happening to women for years, for decades, for more than centuries. Due to this have I been analyzing what is called “The Mother Wound”.  . Theoretically the Mother Wound is the trauma that is passed on psychologically from mothers to daughters. It is a result of the unhealed difficulties and suffering that a woman goes through as a result of living in a patriarchal… Read More »The Mother Wound-Why it affects you and how to heal it!

Being Grateful for YOU!

This holiday season, amid all of the eating, shopping, and giving of gifts to others, I want you to take a moment to appreciate YOU! How often do you honor yourself, your character and accomplishments? How often do you practice self-acceptance and love?! Before you can give love to others, you need to be able to step back and look at yourself with eyes of compassion and gratitude. Give YOURSELF gifts that genuinely acknowledge who… Read More »Being Grateful for YOU!

Visualization Exercise

VISUALIZATION EXERCISE YOU MUST TRY! Another way (besides listing goals) to get aligned with your future is to do visualization work… Let’s says that you want to improve a specific category of your life, for example, career satisfaction. You can write down or imagine what an ideal work day would look like for you: How do you begin your day? When do you go to work? Where are you working? With whom do you interact… Read More »Visualization Exercise

Let Go of Your Questions

I’ve just returned from a fabulous tour of Europe which featured Positive Thinking workshops!  As thrilling as it was to see Spain, France, Malta and Italy, the lessons that I bring back from the seminars are just as valuable as the rich cultural experience! One point that stayed with me from the talks was about the idea of letting go of your questions.  Many people remain in a state of questioning, and are distressed because… Read More »Let Go of Your Questions

Self Love and Reparenting

Many people do not feel completely loved and this can stem from relationship patterns learned in childhood.  People may endlessly seek love but not know how to RECEIVE it due to feelings of unworthiness, or a lack of understanding of how to engage in loving relationships. Reparenting is a type of psychotherapy which addresses this by having the therapist assume the role of a surrogate parent.  Theoretically, this helps the client to receive the feelings… Read More »Self Love and Reparenting