How to Stop Caring What Other People Think About You

“The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages.” ― Virginia Woolf Most of us spend our entire lives imprisoned by what we imagine other people are thinking about us. We leave the house everyday feeling like there is a spotlight bearing down on us. We make even the smallest choice (such as ordering… Read more »

The Most Important New Year’s Resolution You Will Ever Make

The New Year is almost upon us, which means that many of you will be making resolutions to ‘improve’ yourselves. From losing weight to getting control of your finances to being a more present parent, New Year’s resolutions are an important tradition for many people. Sadly, breaking New Year’s resolutions tends to be a tradition… Read more »

Make Your Holiday Magical With This Simple Mindfulness Trick

“He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.” I was doing a little holiday shopping the other day, and I happened to overhear a conversation that stuck with me. “It just doesn’t feel like Christmas,” complained a young woman, shifting impatiently in line at the register. “I miss… Read more »

How To Reclaim Your Inner Goddess

I deeply believe that every woman has a goddess inside of her. For those of you who don’t have a spiritual practice, the word ‘goddess’ might be off-putting. You might envision women in long, white robes dancing around a fire, but that’s not really what I mean. (Although, that can be fun too!) Instead, when… Read more »

Can Watching Porn Ruin Your Marriage?

A recent study found that married people who watch pornography (on their own) are more likely to end up getting divorced. The study, which was led by the American Sociological Association, found that when married people begin to watch pornography, their risk of divorce jumps from 6 percent to 11 percent. The risk is much… Read more »

Five Tools to Help You Avoid Drama at Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is almost here, which means that many of us will be spending time with extended family and friends. This can be a cause of joy, but to speak frankly, it can also be a cause of irritation. The election season has taken a toll on our hearts and minds, and the thought of a… Read more »

The Five Misconceptions that are Ruining Your Sex Life

Do you believe that mind-blowing sex is something that happens naturally or something that requires effort? If it is the former, your sex life might suffer as a result. In fact, new research shows that people who believe in ‘sexual destiny’ (the idea that passionate, fulfilling sex happens of its own accord) are more likely… Read more »

How To Create Peace In A Country At War

Are you suffering from the post-election blues? Whether you are dejected that your candidate lost or angered that so many people are protesting the President-elect, this election season has been difficult for all of us. In this time of divisiveness and dissent, it can be hard to feel connected to one another. It can also… Read more »

The Introvert’s Survival Guide

Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Introverts are those who get energy from spending time alone, those who ‘recharge’ with a good book, quiet time in nature, or solo activities like writing or drawing. On the other hand, extroverts crave time with other people, and a party or a concert makes them alive and… Read more »

An Open Letter to Men on How to Love a Woman

Dear Man, I know you love her and desperately want her to feel how much you love her.  You want connection as much as she does. And, most of all, you want to feel like you are doing a good job in the relationship and as a mate. Here’s my promise. If you put your… Read more »

Consent for Kids: Short New Video is a Must-Watch for Kids and Parents

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As you all have certainly heard by now, recently leaked audio tape reveals presidential candidate Donald Trump bragging about grabbing women by their genitals. Regardless of who you are voting for or whether you believe Trump’s version of events, the audio has sparked a national conversation about consent. This is the silver lining of the… Read more »