Finding the right man – and getting intimate – feels impossible for women who have an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis a few years before my husband and I married. Now, 15 years later, I understand how a woman with… Read More »How Do You Find Love When You Have Ulcerative Colitis?
You have good reasons for feeling anxious, especially when life is difficult and unpredictable! Maybe you’re worried about your health, family, money, job, or future. You might even be having anxiety attacks for no reason at all – which is even scarier than having good… Read More »How to Stop Anxiety From Ruining Your Relationship
Your mother doesn’t have to change – or ask for forgiveness – in order for you to be happy. Forgiving your mom for hurting you isn’t a gift for her…it’s for you. With forgiveness comes healing, freedom, and peace. Learning how to forgive your mother… Read More »When You Can’t Forgive Your Mom – But You Want to
An often-asked question from women who love their husbands, but don’t feel the need for much affection or physical interaction: I’m not attracted to my husband physically, but he wants to be closer. Here you’ll find four tips for increasing physical attraction in your marriage and building a stronger, more fulfilling relationship with your husband.
When you believe nobody truly loves you, you feel alone, unloved and unwanted. When you allow yourself to dwell on those feelings, you feel even worse about yourself and your life! And the downward spiral begins. These tips will help you cope with feeling like no one loves you.
Feelings of unworthiness and self hatred are deep wounds that need emotional healing. Women’s circles are the balm, the elixir, the soothing embrace of compassion, of healing and growth. Whether they are women’s healing circles, professional career women’s circles or contemplative prayer groups for women — the companionship and acceptance you find in a circle of like-minded women will change how you see yourself.
How do you cope with an “on again off again” love relationship that seems more off than on? Even more important: how do you find peace, stability and joy in a relationship that is filled with uncertainty and confusion?
Why does he only want to be friends when you know you’d be great together as a couple? Your relationship is easy and fun, you laugh and talk, your friends agree you were meant to be together, everything is perfect…of course you want more than friendship!