My guest, Lindsey Ellison, tells you exactly what to say on this podcast and in her book by the same title, Magic Words. Lindsey is an author, a relationship coach and founder of Start Over Coaching, Inc.
How is it possible for this to be your most abundant year? That’s what I wondered…then I thought about what “abundant” really means! Abundant is finances, of course. And much more than that! I discovered that this being my most abundant year included changing my...
I easily and effortlessly smile! Why? Because smiling is the quickest way to increase positive energy.
There is a pervasive reality described and discussed by women who have lived in domestic abuse…it is generally only talked about after we leave. We don’t want to accept the reality of our lives when we are still living in abuse.
As kids, we threw rocks into water to watch the ripples…I still do! I like to see how far they will travel. We know that ripples of light and sound travel into infinity. The same is true of what we say (sound) and the energy we release (light). Our words and energy...
My guest’s Mission is to break the stigma of being abused by breaking her silence. One of the realities that empowered her and that she teaches other victims of abuse is that your abuse was not about you. It was about your abuser. In our conversation, she shares...
When I decided to create my own name, I apprehensively told my grown, very conservative, son. His response on the phone, when I invited him and his wife to dinner to talk about me choosing a new name: “OH, this is gonna be good!”
Dr. Wayne Dyer described life changing perception the best I’ve ever read: When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change!
Today you are at a milestone in your Life. Today, choose to change the way you look at things.
Aimee Cabo’s life is a testament to the power of honesty, love, belief, faith and survival.
At age 15, she was part of what the Miami media dubbed “The Case from Hell”—a sexual abuse case that pitted her parents against her and her sister. Beaten daily by her Mother, it’s no wonder she was attracted to abusive partners.
Traumatized by molestation when she was a youngster, raped when she was 18 and then choosing a violently abusive partner, Amber Elizabeth had a lot to overcome.