We are surrounded by news of obsessive behaviors: drug addiction, acute procrastination, deep-ingrained insecurities and more. For far too long, the solutions have been limited in scope and efficacy. Recovery Coach Ester Nicholson has created something that truly makes a difference in this context: A promising new path to healing the root causes of dependence. […]Read More A Promising New Path for Life-Patterns Out of Control…
Set an intention to surrender your negative habits and patterns to the infinite power within. Set an intention to acknowledge and heal past or present resentments. You cannot stick to a resolution while you are blocked by the pain of the past. Be compassionate with your resistance to change (it’s not easy) and then […]Read More 10 Steps on how to make and keep a successful New Year’s Resolution:
How many times have you made an impulsive decision, without really thinking it through? Or perhaps someone talked you into something that you knew in your heart you didn’t really want to do – and once you took a little space from that person or situation, and cleared your head a bit, realized you had […]Read More “Yes, You Do Have The Right To Change Your Mind”
How’s your relationship going with yourself? Is it loving, compassionate, honest, supportive and flexible? Or are you at the bottom of the list when it comes to compassion and patience? I had a powerful lesson about perfectionism the other day that released me from self-judgment, and reconnected me to my Higher Self in a way […]Read More Perfectionism and Your Life…
You came into your current relationship/marriage with high hopes and dreams. You felt deep connection and commitment to your partner, and they expressed the same to you, and then WHAM!Read More Forgiving The Unforgivable With Your Spouse
Are you listening to the signs? Are you listening to your gut? Or are you ignoring your intuition, hoping it’s wrong, and that your desire and longing for love conquers all? Let me share with you my story about having the courage to walk away from someone I really cared about. I met this guy […]Read More Walking Away from Someone You Really Care About
When someone just doesn’t like you – even though you’ve been kind to them – it’s a tough pill to swallow. When someone creates a story about you – misjudges your intentions, talks about you behind your back or blackballs you from your own friends and family – it’s a really hard pill to swallow. […]Read More How to like yourself when someone clearly doesn’t like you!