Neha Bindal shares her life journey. How a childhood scars affected her self-image and affected the way she saw herself in relationships later in life. The post is about how to overcome your past, find strength and wisdom in your pain. Read this honest and vulnerable story about Neha’s childhood and life lessons learned.
Even if you haven’t cultivated self-love in your life or have experienced severe self-loathing, you can love yourself again. This guest post by Kacey Mya Bradley will share her journey to self-love. She makes a small but profound realization about self-love and shares it here. Her post then discusses 3 ways she stepped more into her body to love herself more.
How do you open your heart to love again after having gone through a breakup or divorce? In this week’s video post, I share 5 visualizations techniques to help you open your heart and love again. Click this post to watch the video on how to open your heart energy to love again.
Are you tired of being single? Author Nina Obran shares her tips and strategies for losing singlehood and finding love in your life. She offers three unique ways of finding love in this post and also discusses her new book, 7 Daily Habits for Singles Not to Be Single Anymore. If you’re looking for love and a new relationship, pick up this book today.
There is one word you must never say in your marriage. If you say this word, then more than likely, you’ll get what you asked for. I didn’t learn this lesson until it was too late. No matter how much you quarrel or fight, stay away from this destructive word. Don’t play with fire and don’t say this word if you plan to stay married. Check out this week’s post on this one dangerous word.
Are you starting over in life? If you’re starting over, you might as well start over with your finances too. Clean up your finances by taking these 7 simple steps. Anyone can improve their financial standing in life and you don’t need a financial planner or Warren Buffett on your side to get your finances back on solid footing. Here are 7 simple financial tips anyone can use to start over.
Simple living for anyone. You can simplify your life and adopt minimalism. Here are 5 questions to help you live a simpler life. Simple living strategies for anyone who is interested in reducing, minimizing, organizing and living a simpler life. You don’t need all that stuff you think you need. Here are 5 questions you can start asking yourself to start on your journey to simple living.
Divorce is the best time to simplify your life. When you’re going through your most difficult hour, take stock of your life and determine what to minimize. You don’t have to live like a hermit or a nun but you can simplify, organize and minimize your life. You can think about what you value and what brings you joy. I’ve included 21 ways that I minimized my life and how you can bring out the minimalist in you. Click to read more about minimalism after divorce and simple living.
You don’t have to be a doormat in your relationships. Rupali Grover, a professional counselor, shares tips on how to stop being a doormat in your relationships and to stand up for yourself. When you stand up for yourself and take care of yourself, it’s a lot easier to take care of others. When you start valuing yourself, you will attract others in your life that will value you.
This is a post from the Good Men Project on how to love a woman. The post shares some lessons learned from my own experience with love and relationships. Click on the post to go to the Good Men Project to read more about how to love a woman. For weekly posts from my blog and posts I write for other blogs, sign up to receive weekly email messages.