After a 25 year marriage, Rosie Aiello engineered an international escape to save her daughter and herself from domestic violence. Nearly mentally destroyed, she reinvented herself since arriving back in the United States, started her own business, and became a speaker, best-selling author and an international awarding-winning entrepreneur. Continue reading
Someone just asked me,
“Why so many marriage ceremonies?”
Here was my response: Continue reading
Learn how to transform your shadow into your sacred sexy factor… with class.
What if your emotional wounds were the fuel to rocket you into the ideal relationship of your dreams?
Relationship Intimacy Expert, Allana Pratt inspires open-hearted, unapologetic living with delicious sass.
Weight loss doesn’t come from diet and exercise…
JJ Flizanes shares the hard science and spiritual principles of “Invisible Fitness for effective weigh loss and life success… and she walks you through her 5 Steps to Release Weight and Body Shame.
There is NO wealth without health!!! Continue reading
My experience, definition, and understanding of Love have undergone a dramatic transformation over the last couple of years.
For most of my life love was about what I could get. I think that’s normal for youth.
My 50th birthday should have come with a warning sign saying, “Now we start killing and removing what you love.”
This sounds harsh and horrible… but it’s actually been a profoundly beautiful experience of appreciation, service, and surrender.s
I don’t regret this experience. In fact I’m grateful for it. Continue reading
There are great advantages to meeting your partner later in life. We’re more realistic, less selfish, better equipped to be good partners. We better understand what matters (and what doesn’t) when it comes to our happiness. Continue reading
Something I’ve been thinking about… A significant problem I see in the coaching world–and coaching marketing–is the presumption of a level playing field. To assume that the challenges facing a tall white guy and a short black woman are the same is… laughable. And unfair. Which is not to say that tall guys don’t face and overcome challenges. But it’s still not a level playing field. We know from countless studies that women, people of color, short people, differently-abled people experience negative bias from banks, businesses, the justice system, health care, strangers, and on and on. Tons of obstacles invisible … Continue reading