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Relationship Myth: Feeling Obligated

The Relationship Myth of Feeling Obligated The Relationship Myth that encourages Feeling Obligated in our relationships, is something commonly accepted.  Maybe even “Healthy”.  But… as with many of the “rules” we live by, when we can seek for the courage to question our motives and the outcomes of our choices and actions, we actually discover how dysfunctional these hidden Relationship Myths...

The Myth of “You Complete Me”: Part 2&...

Codependence can be difficult things to heal and overcome because it requires us to completely challenge the way we see and do EVERYTHING! As we learn in this mini series of videos (check out Codependence: Part 1 if you haven't already), this addiction to people (codependence) starts with a misconception of where our worth lies (as well as others)

Are You Lying? … or Committed?

I felt inspired to write a post today about commitment because it has come up multiple times for many of my clients this week.  I was especially inspired about the impact of our self-deception around our supposed commitment levels as I was witness to a new client taking on their life this week.  As I coached her, I had to ask and ponder on the questions I was asking her to consider too… and have thankfully found some...

Conclusion and Homeless: Part 7

Today was more of the same as I experienced the inconvenience of life without a home.  This has highlighted the gratitude I deserve to remember as I move forward.  I’m  seeing more quickly and clearly the fallacy, lies and illusions of my fear.  I feel so blessed for this experience, for Jamie’s willingness to follow me here (who does that!?), and the relief I have found in the truth I want to share with you...

Bored & Homeless: Part 6

Today was a difficult day, but not for the reasons you would think.  My greatest challenge today was keeping myself occupied.  I have been working non-stop for weeks now, and have been getting burned out.  And so I decided to take today off.  But what to do when one is homeless and has the day off?  I wasn’t sure either.  I didn’t have my usual distractions to rely on and found myself at the gym instead. ...

Powerless and Homeless: Part 5

At the core of my fear that I am looking to challenge, has been watching my family struggle.  That issue, until recently, has not been something I have experienced.  I was wondering if it would even show up with the contrived nature of this fear challenge.  It has finally manifested though, as my sweet wife has begun to struggle in pain and to sleep well. My wife is one of the toughest and strong people Ive ever met (man...
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