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Red Light. Yellow Light. Green Light. Are You Ready to Date Again?

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It’s been a couple of months since he/she broke your heart.

You’ve spent time sulking, crying, being angry and talking it out with close friends. You may have drunk your fair share of wine and/or gotten to know your local bartender better than you used to.

You’ve thrown away pictures and returned items of clothing and possessions to your ex. Perhaps you changed your social media status to “single” and removed any online traces of your relationship with that former fateful someone. 

Your friends all tell you to get back on the proverbial horse. They recommend that you create or refresh your online dating profile and join some new meet-up.com groups. With infinite ...

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The Internal Compass: Using Intuition to Date More Mindfully

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Using that little voice inside can keep us safe from unsavory situations. Learn how using intuition can help you blossom into a more mindful dater.

If you are reading this, you are probably invested in knowing yourself more intimately than the average person. 

You’ve probably done your fair share of work on resolving the past and creating new narratives in your life. You are committed to skipping “better-than-nothing” relationships in favor of the “better-than-anything” relationships you know you deserve to have in your life, including friends, family, and romantic partners. You know yourself intimately (or are actively working toward this) and want to see and know others in the same respect.

All ...

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Are You a Relationship Hoarder? How To Heal Through a Breakup or Separation

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How To Heal (For Real) Through a Breakup or Separation.  

We’ve all seen the shows.  An “expert” comes in to a person’s home, filled wall to wall with veritable mountains of stuff.

Some people are holding on to papers in case they need that one precious piece of information later, unsure if they’ll remember it on their own. Some fill their homes with items they have compulsively bought to avoid painful feelings. Others build walls, even tunnels, to protect themselves from the all-too-real feelings of fear, vulnerability, or shame.

Now, the team of experts arrive, and, Presto! Within days, the ...

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Jumping From One Relationship Frying Pan Into Another

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Change the way you move on and find a truly healthy relationship!

Ever find yourself considering moving on from that not-so-happy-not-so-healthy relationship by diving head first into another one? You are not alone.  This is an extremely common human response to frustration, but the cost can be higher than you might anticipate.

A friend was telling me recently about how she was feeling confused and helpless in her relationship. She was trying to figure out if she should break up with her boyfriend of a year. This alone would have been a worthy endeavor, considering what I know about their relationship. However, my concern stems from the real question she’s ...

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