Monthly Archives: December 2013

Surviving Holiday Dinners

December is a time for festive family dinners and parties. It is an especially important time for those who are bringing home their significant others and for those who are meeting their partner’s parents for the first time. Many need … Continue reading

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Re-Parenting Your Childhood

Most of us have unmet needs and insecurities. When we were kids, whether or not we had loving parents, we had needs that were not met. Whether our parents were either too busy or we were part of a big … Continue reading

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Decoding The High-Achiever Man

Many ladies I know are attracted to the high-achiever male. I find that if you are attracted to the kind of man that’s a high-achiever- who makes a lot of money, showers you with flowers, wines and dines you at … Continue reading

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Are You Easily Turned Off?

I’ve noticed many clients who are single and older, not settled down or committed to a lifetime with one person, are individuals who are easily turned off. They have a low tolerance for stress and a low tolerance for people … Continue reading

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