14 Ways to Love Valentine’s Day No Matter Your Relationship Status

Valentine’s Day stirs a myriad of emotions in all of us. Excitement, joy, relaxation, frustration, anger, annoyance. It’s interesting to me that so many of us allow a date on the calendar to invoke negative responses. What can we do to find joy in a day we otherwise wouldn’t? Check out my tips below andContinue reading “14 Ways to Love Valentine’s Day No Matter Your Relationship Status”

Changing the Language of Domestic Violence and Abuse

Did you know 7% of your message is conveyed through words? That’s a tiny sliver. 38% is through tone and the other 55% is through body language. Since only 7% of your message is conveyed through words, do you think it’s important to be aware of the words you speak? Choosing the right words whenContinue reading “Changing the Language of Domestic Violence and Abuse”

What now?

It’s been seven and a half years. Seven and a half years since I walked into a women’s shelter. Seven and a half years since I began the divorce process. Seven and a half years since my life changed forever and seven and a half years since I last experienced the abuse that once was soContinue reading “What now?”

14 Tips to Becoming the Right One

Ive had my fair share of relationships and break ups. At 31 I’ve been married and divorced and dating and a single parent. I’ve learned a lot from these experiences. We’ve all heard dating isn’t about finding the right one, it’s about becoming the right one, these tips will help you do just that. 1.Continue reading “14 Tips to Becoming the Right One”

Twice the Work Part 2

“You do have strep throat, I can put you on an prescription or give you a shot?” I knew an antibiotic prescription would take a while to get in my system and do it’s job”How soon does the shot start working?” “Right away.” I was exhausted I sat in the stale white exam room weighing myContinue reading “Twice the Work Part 2”