Love

Understand yourself and your patterns in relationship to love better and more deeply and have meaningful relationships

A people-pleaser is someone who constantly makes self-sacrifices to help or please others. They have a difficult time saying no to any …

Self-worth, in definition, is ”the value or worth a person places upon themselves.” It’s an emotion determined by how you think and feel …

Everyone wants to have a good and healthy relationship, whether personal or professional connections. But keeping the relationship healthy, especially with our loved ones …

Is it love or is it lust? The decision to pursue a potential romantic relationship can get muddy at best. We can …

Breakup can be the turning point for us to learn how to love

Breakup is a trigger for us to take a good look at who we are. We can reflect and discover our patterns in relationship, who we attract, and how we behave. 

It's undeniable how painful a breakup can be. Pain can be jarring and overwhelming but it's very memorable. We'd no doubt remember the lessons if they're associated with strong feelings. But even painful wounds can be healed. We can recover from the breakup and learn our lessons and better yet implement the wisdom of those lessons to our future. Through pain, we understand relationship and how we love better. As a result, we not only improve our current relationships but also set ourselves up to a healthier and deeper intimate relationship in the future.

With this understanding we can heal our wounds, love better and more deeply in ALL our relationships. We set ourselves up for a much better and balanced intimate relationship next time and improve all our other relationships. 

FREE GUIDE: 7 Steps to Move On When things Don't Work Out

Discover the guide including all the steps and worksheets to help you regain your balance.