Loneliness is hard. It can “eat into you” and make you feel sad and hopeless. Whether you’re with a long term partner you don’t connect with deeply as you’d like… or you are single and don’t want to be anymore… if you feel lonely, you probably aren’t enjoying life nearly as much as you’d like to.
Have you ever wanted to connect in a certain way, in bed… Or even flirt with someone, and the awkwardness and shyness was so big it blocked you? There is so much shame around anything sexual, even flirting and especially around sharing what people want. One of the problems of shame is that it keeps […]
Do you ever wish you were more confident and graceful when it came to flirting, inviting someone to make out, or sharing what you want and enjoy in the bedroom? Honestly, most people struggle with this! Even people who’ve been married for decades. If you feel emotional or scared about this topic, you are not […]
Join us for our one hour training on “When Your Fears Get In The Way of Making a Difference.” You can register with one click for the recording. Our primitive brain was designed to keep us safe. Yet, it can put the parking brake on — even when we want to emerge into making a […]
(Free Video Presentation) Would you ask a 3-year-old what house to buy? Do you ask a 5-year-old who to date? If you have unresolved traumas from when you were 3- or 5-years-old, these frozen memories may have more impact on these adult decisions than you might think. You can find out what might be blocking you by watching this video…
WOW! When Cathy included this phrase in the tapping we did last night, I could feel all of us that gathered for the training ACTIVATE our energy to the next level: “I am READY to Emerge from my Fears and Limiting Beliefs.” (tap tap tap) In case you missed the session, you can listen now […]
If your life were a movie, would you want to watch it? How would you cast the main characters in your movie if you had more choice? Would you change some of the roles they play or the way they interact with you? Most humans would not enthusiastically say “Yes! Keep it just like it is!” […]