The #1 thing you MUST fully accept before you can heal

The #1 thing you MUST fully accept before you can heal

What I’m about to propose is not for the faint of heart. Many of you aren’t going to like or take kindly to what I’m about to propose, because what I’m about to propose requires you to surrender and dig deeper for more courage, to be even more...
We’re responsible for healing ourselves, and our stories must be shared

We’re responsible for healing ourselves, and our stories must be shared

No one is responsible for your health and wellness except yourself. I can’t fix you. A new boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife can’t fix you. Your mom and dad can’t fix you. Your kids can’t fix you. Your best friend can’t fix you. The...
Highly-successful people and sociopath abuse

Highly-successful people and sociopath abuse

You—one of the many women and men targeted by sociopathic abusers in romantic and non-romantic relationships—are highly intelligent, accomplished, and proud. You take full responsibility, extreme ownership, of the consequences of your deeds and words. You’re...
FREE Webinar Series: "Journey to the Heart" with love. life. om.

FREE Webinar Series: "Journey to the Heart" with love. life. om.

Let’s get this party started! Yesterday was Loving Kindness Wednesday. I spent the day planning and scheduling love. life. om.’s first FREE webinar series specifically designed for everyone and anyone with the desire to transform their lives and reach...
FREE Webinar Series: "Journey to the Heart" by Melody Beatty

FREE Webinar Series: "Journey to the Heart" by Melody Beatty

FREE Book Club Webinar Series: “Journey to the heart” by Melody Beatty To kickstart the new year, I bought Beatty’s book of daily meditations. Each evening, I read an entry and am always blown away. Some of you may know her other book,...
When the victim becomes the tyrant #abuse #recovery

When the victim becomes the tyrant #abuse #recovery

Abusers wear away our self-confidence, self-respect, self-trust and self-worth. But abusers aren’t easy to spot in the beginning, because they don’t act like abusive tyrants on the “first date”. Instead, abusers attract us initially with...