Even though, our romantic relationships take place in the present moment, often they are influenced by the ghosts of our childhood. Do you sometimes hear your mother’s voice in your head telling you what you have to do? Does this really serve you well? I once met a great man. He had lived through a read more. . .
Love is a mystery and has many faces. This love poetry aims for explaining how love can grow in a relationship. In wholeness, we meet. I am I, and you are you. In wholeness, we meet. Two balloons, flying together. I see you, and you see me. We are as we are, perfect with our read more. . .
Last week, one woman presented her new board in Pinterest in our virtual business coffee. It showed pictures of beautiful women in wonderful dresses. They looked like goddesses. At the moment I saw them, I felt small. A critical voice in my head told me, That’s how a woman is supposed to be! You’ll never be so read more. . .
Love connects us, Freedom allows us to choose to walk together. Love wants us to spend our life together. Freedom tells us that we won’t know before the end of our days. Love sometimes urges us to give everything, Freedom reminds us to stay on our path. Love wants us to be loved, Freedom softly guides us read more. . .
Last year, when I was writing my book, a miracle happened. My friend – a man who had always meant a lot to me and who I fully trusted – told me that he had left his relationship. I had never dared to hope that this might happen. We knew each other for 13 years. read more. . .
I see often that my clients aren’t aware of their relationship rights. We never learned about our relationship rights in school and our family may also not serve as a good role-model. If we grew up in a dysfunctional family, we are likely to have learned a misleading perception about love and relationships. I experienced abusive relationships read more. . .
Each relationship has its ups and downs, and both partners will grow through their bond. And sometimes, these up and downs of the relationships become emotionally abusive. Emotional abuse is difficult to recognize and it can deeply damage your soul. Here are 5 warning signs of a toxic relationship: Isolation from the people you love. You get read more. . .
When I was healing from the effects of sexual abuse and violence, I faced many different reactions. Some were damaging, others helped me to heal and connect with my full potential. The poem is dedicated to Olga, a dear friend who gave me the great gift of non-judgement. I am deeply grateful for receiving her present and read more. . .
This week, I read a quote by Willard Scott in google+. It said, “Positive feelings come from being honest about yourself and accepting your personality, and physical characteristics, warts and all; and, from belonging to a family that accepts you without question.” Willard Scott. Somebody had posted a comment: I have it all… except for read more. . .
Can you heal from emotional abuse and violence? Yes, you have experienced traumatic events. Emotional abuse and violence have left a mark on your soul. Everything may seem dark and hopeless. You feel pain, shame and guilt. You may hear judgments of other people like “poor victim” or “you will never overcome the effects of read more. . .