The term “sexual addiction” describes those who engage in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behaviors despite increasingly negative consequences to self or others. Sexual addiction affects woman as well as men. The sex addict feels compelled to act out sexually. The addicts themselves (male or female) may not be able to understand why they … More Sexual Addiction
Free anxiety and depression screenings, contact me via my website contact information and let me know your email to receive your free screening tool (specify which screening you are interested in). Don’t allow anxiety or depression hold you hostage from living y our life! Transformational coaching removes the pathological or pathogenic aspects that the … More New Year – New You!
We often hear about toxins from the environment and how they affect our health and well being. Emotional toxins can be as damaging as any poison! Emotional toxins may result in issues related to the following: Developmental Immaturity Core Issues Functional Behaviors Dysfunctional Behaviors Self-Esteem Valuable Control of others Self-worth Manipulation Self-value Arrogance Boundary Restrained … More Emotional Toxins and Detox
The positive need Ask your partner, “What do you need to feel loved?” This takes the guesswork out of marriage. It’s also an opportunity to ask for what you need, too. It’s important to say what you need, not what you don’t need. For example, “I need you to support me” instead of, “I don’t … More The Marriage Minute ~ Gottman Institute
Together we find solutions that work specifically for you. Together we find effective ways of moving forward. Skills gained from fifteen years of trauma and abuse recovery work within the medical model of psychotherapy are applied through the holistic approach of Transformational Life Coaching. · Freedom from residual resentment, anger and fear. · Stop hurting those you … More Solutions from Emotional Pain!
Practice, practice, practice Communication skills need to be practiced, and it’s important to keep trying even when you’re tired and don’t feel like it. We call this “over learning,” doing something so many times that it becomes second nature. The goal is to be able to calm yourself down, communicate non-defensively, and validate your partner automatically—even … More The Marriage Minute ~ Gottman Institute