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Self-Talk for accepting change: the breakup Part 1

Many years ago, my boyfriend whom I loved very much, grabbed his bags and moved out of the country with very little forewarning. I was desolate and cried for weeks.…

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My self-talk to go back to basics

I was feeling really off yesterday. My head hurt, I felt impatient, tired, and worried about all kind of things. I have been quite busy lately: the book launch, outings,…

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The puppy and me: Gently reminding yourself of what you need and who you are

Imagine the cutest, fluffiest, sweetest little white puppy. That’s the one we were lucky enough to add to our family recently. The other evening, this cute little guy bit my…

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Transform your self-talk: Get a free book now

If I was able to change my self-talk, so can you. My new book can show you a way to do it. Today is the launch of my new book…

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Make your self-talk lighter, brighter, funnier

  May 19 seems like the perfect day for the launch of my new book Speaking to Yourself with Love: Transform Your Self-Talk. It’s the beginning of a long weekend,…

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Self-talk to courageously bloom into the person you can be

This time of year is such a delight. The days get longer and there is more light. The flowers are blooming. It feels like a new beginning, like new things…

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Self-talk for a moment of insecurity

Have you ever gone from feeling great to feeling like sht within moments? It happened to me recently and I used my self-talk to turn it around. Mondays, I go…

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A retreat to listen to the voice of the goddess within every woman

Camilla Ravindran, who is one of the women that I write about in my book Speaking to Yourself with Love (soon to be launched on Kindle!), is holding a retreat…

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Self-talk to stop trying to control other people or situations

      I can make things happen. It’s a quality that served me well when I had my PR agency and clients paid me to generate results. I had…

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Listening is Enough

I always told my university students that the most important part of communication is listening. In the public speaking class for instance, students spent about 10 minutes presenting. The rest…

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