How to Love Yourself When Your Partner Doesn’t Seem to Love You

Maintaining self-worth in an emotionally unavailable relationship.

Sadly, scores of people feel like they’re alone even though they’re technically not. They deeply love someone who is emotionally unavailable. Emotional unavailability comes in various forms, including partners who are aloof, unresponsive, withdrawn, seemingly indifferent, or close-mouthed about their feelings and perspectives. In a relationship like this, it’s hard not to feel alone.

Honoring Loved Ones We’ve Lost on the Holidays

To honor those we've lost, we can write down a favorite memory, put it in our stocking, and then read them together during the holidays. Each year, the slips of paper in our stockings will grow, inviting us to celebrate those who have passed. It's a lovely way to bring them with us into this special time of year.

Radical Beauty: Feel & Look your Best Every Day

The word beauty has come to represent a billion-dollar industry that promises women ways to look younger by spending their money on everything from creams and cosmetics to Botox and butt lifts. We seek outer transformation in vials and containers, slathering our hair and faces with the latest touted ingredients. Sometimes they work, for a night, maybe a few months even. But when these magical potions cease to continue giving us the outcomes we desire, we move on to the next “great” bottled balm.


Resolving Tensions in the Workplace

Regardless of your job or your industry, we can all agree that there are some common challenges in every workplace—unmanageable workloads, too many meetings, and even difficult colleagues. Most people share the belief that these things are simply out of your control, but what if there were proven techniques that could help you resolve those tensions...

Finding Sanctuary in Sisterhood

Despite the countless statistics emphasizing the importance of female friendships, those acquaintances—more often than not—fall short in the relationship hierarchy of a woman’s life. Obligations to romantic partners, children, career and aging parents often leave women feeling overwhelmed with little time for preserving friendships.

The People Who Trigger Us Most

It’s a brand new year. The time to get it right, improve our relationships, heal our wounds, get in great shape physically and emotionally, and to finally get a handle on our spending. Yep, at the start of the year is the promise of all things new . . . and lovely . . . and […]

Power in the Parable

Eight years ago I was working at one of the top ten corporate law firms in the country. The money was great, I had my own office, I had access to the company’s biggest clients, and I worked alongside some of the most powerful and well-respected partners in the field. Despite the status and perks […]

Know and Radically Accept Your Body

The more whole we are as sexual beings, the more fulfilled we are as human beings. Author and world renowned Sexual Empowerment Coach Amy Jo Goddard speaks directly to the enormous segment of smart, creative women who, despite other successes, are frustrated about their lack of desire, lackluster sex lives, and disconnection from their bodies and […]

Giving Made Simple

You can make a difference on a daily basis, and it’s not as difficult as you might think.  Most people think they have to donate a lot of time and money in order to make a difference. But there are simple ways to integrate giving into our personal and professional lives that don’t involve either. […]
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