Life Coach

Do you find yourself unable to move forward with your life simply because you can’t imagine how to crawl out from under the weight of your present situation? A Life Coach may be your answer, not necessarily a therapist, attorney or financial adviser. The job of a life coach is to work with you while


12 Ways To Discover What Makes You Tick

My book has been reviewed by one of the larger on-line sites.  Here it is!  Have you purchased your copy yet?  It is available on Amazon.Com. Official Review: 12 Ways To Discover What Makes You Tick Post Number:#1 by Tanaya » Yesterday, 13:29 3 out of 4 stars Review by Tanaya Share This Review 12 Ways


Is It Good To See The World Through Rose-Colored Glasses?

Some people think it is unrealistic to see only the good. They regard people who do as naïve. What happens though, when the rose-colored glasses give an unrealistic view of a person or a scenario that leaves us making poor decisions and dealing with the disappointment of being misled? Studies, including Psychology Today, have shown



I have been playing a relatively new sport called pickle ball. It has similar qualities to tennis, racket



When I was a young child and was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer was an actress. When I hit puberty and was asked the same question, I said I wanted to go to New York and write. In my mid 20s I wanted to have a husband, a

Family Issues

Our Inner Dialog: What Does It Really Say?

This morning I shared one of my recent inner dialogs with someone whom I really respect. It went



There is a great deal of focus on kids who bully at school. There are many shows dedicated


How Do We Deal With Loss?

This past week several of my friends experienced loss. A good friend recently lost her husband; another is having a service for the father of her children; another is visiting the cemetery on the anniversary of her daughter’s passing, and yet another has lost her precious dog. If we are fortunate to live a long


Do Your Friends and Family Feel Valued?

On a recent walk, a new friend approached the subject of my book. She had recently read it and offered some great suggestions regarding what she thought was an untapped audience for me. Later that evening while texting her, I told her that I appreciated her input. She wrote back to me and simply said,