MAKING AN EMOTIONAL INVESTMENT: WHEN TO INVEST & WHEN TO FOLD

Emotional investment seems like the most no-brainer, autopilot investment because it comes from the heart. If we aren’t self aware, we buy into the bullsh*t that “what our heart wants,” is in no way convoluted by our negative belief system, childhood, un-dealt-with trauma, insecurities, triggers and fears. So what do we do? Approve the investment and go … Continue Reading

HOW TO STOP MISSING SOMEONE WHEN YOU’RE HEARTBROKEN

How to stop missing someone is one of those subjects that I’ve tried to avoid writing about, just because of the sheer impossibility of it. ALL I want to do is help people out of pain, suffering, self sabotage and patterns that I know all too well. So, how could I reduce to a light switch, the kind of pain and … Continue Reading

HOW TO GET OUT OF THE FRIEND ZONE FOR GOOD IN 5 STEPS

No matter how much it’s rationalized and explained, being friend zoned sucks. And trying to figure out how to get out of the friend zone when you’ve been through it so many times that you’ve acquiesced to the identity of “professional friend,” isn’t worth it because at that point, what’s the point? Figuring out how to get out … Continue Reading

MIXED SIGNALS IN RELATIONSHIPS: WHY IT HAPPENS & WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Mixed signals are one of the most seemingly complicated, yet completely uncomplicated aspects of relationsh*t territory that you will ever encounter. & they’re completely non-discriminatory when it comes to relationships. Mixed signals can happen in dating, romantic relationships, friendships, professional, and family relationships. The pain that they cause however, is only a prelude to the damage that subscribing to them inflicts. … Continue Reading

HEARTBROKEN ON VALENTINE’S DAY? 3 THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND…

(+ doing a little Valentine’s giveaway for you guys. Details at the end of this post!) The good news: this is the END. The end of the holiday season that highlights being single, heartbroken, feeling insignificant and alone. The bad news: (as if New Years Eve wasn’t hard enough), it ends on the one holiday dedicated to completed … Continue Reading

SOCIAL MEDIA AND RELATIONSHIPS: 5 RED FLAGS TO LOOK OUT FOR

Just pairing the words “social media and relationships” together gives me anxiety. Although the topic may seem naïve, silly or immature, it’s not. It’s a real issue – an issue that I wanted to write about because when it comes to social media and relationships, there isn’t much out there. Why? The topic of social media and … Continue Reading