How to Attract the Right Man (Even if You Only Attracted Wrong Ones Before)

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attracting men

It seems you’re always attracting the wrong guy into your life; and no matter how hard you’ve tried or hoped that the next one would be different, your social life stays the same:

You always end up in toxic relationships with emotionally unavailable men, or men who don’t follow through on their promises.

Sure, everything starts out great in the beginning. The romance is great and in your mind, you two seem made for each other; you quickly find yourself falling head over heels in love, grateful for finally attracting the right man.

But before long things go horribly wrong and you’re left with that familiar feeling of heartbreak and regret, wondering what happened and asking yourself:
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The Magic of Abundance: How to Develop an Abundant Mindset to Attract What You Desire

Abundance Mindset

Abundance Mindset

Abundance is a frequently used word that’s infrequently understood. Abundance is a word that encompasses so much more than a particular view regarding money, which is typically how abundance is addressed. Rather, to understand what is abundance mindset, we first must understand scarcity.

Scarcity is the mindset that resources are finite—in this particular example, we’re not talking about petroleum or precious stones.

Rather, when we discuss a scarcity mindset, we’re discussing a mindset that limits our control over our destinies by believing that happiness, money, health, gratitude, friendship, love, support, and so on, are finite resources.
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How To Program Your Subconscious Mind For Weight Loss Without Using Any Willpower

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How To Program Your Subconscious Mind For Weight Loss Without Using Any Willpower

You don’t know why it happens. You really put the effort in the last time around, but it didn’t work. And the worst part of it all is: you feel downright wretched that you failed to stay the course, even though you tried your hardest.

Maybe dieting and exercise just isn’t meant for you, you console yourself—you can’t help it!
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How To Stop Self Sabotaging And Keep Moving Forward In Life

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Stop self sabotaging

It’s time to admit it: you are your own worst enemy. Nobody gets in your way, more than you do. Every time you achieve a goal or realize that you are experiencing happiness, you do something to sabotage it. And this is a pattern that repeats itself over and over again!

It’s time to stop self-sabotaging!
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Why Believing In Yourself Is a Must If You Want To Achieve Anything Great In Life

Have you ever talked yourself out of what was clearly a great opportunity because you simply didn’t believe in yourself?

Perhaps you ran across the woman or man of your dreams at a party, but your feet simply wouldn’t move in that direction. Or maybe it was the job opportunity you come across last week while you were reading the morning paper, which you discarded as “too big of a commute”.

The lack of self-belief can be a funny thing when you think about it.

Let’s be honest for a second.
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Not Only In Your Head: Depression And Gut Health

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Gut health and depression

If you’ve been diagnosed with depression, it’s not just in your head. In fact, it is most likely related your gut health. Meaning: the creatures that live in your gut.

Did you know you have more neurons in your gut than in your nervous system? That adds a whole new level of meaning to having a “gut feeling” doesn’t it?

The relationship between your gut health and your brain is much more profound than was previously thought, and recent research is uncovering strong pointers to the fact that the answer to common mental disorders like depression may lie not with your brain but with your gut.

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How To Stop Feeling Guilty and Go To Bed With a Clear Conscience

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Stop feeling guilty

Don’t get me wrong, feeling guilty a little bit every now and then is good for the soul and a strong sign that you are not a sociopath or a narcissist.

However, if you walk around with a self-imposed burden on the shoulders, unable to shake the feeling of guilt from your mind, then you have an unhealthy pattern.

But before we talk about how you can stop feeling guilty all the time, it is important we address a few questions like What is guilt? Where does guilt come from? Why do I always feel guilty?
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Stop Chasing People Who Don’t Want You

Stop chasing after people who dont want you

Stop chasing after people who dont want you

It’s time to stop chasing people who don’t want you. It’s time to stop obsessing about people who are not willing to create space for you in their life.

You know what it’s like: you see this person and they are everything you ever wanted in a partner or friend – or at least they appear to be so. The only problem is they don’t feel the same way about you.

So you chase them and try to prove yourself to them. If they would just hear you out or give you a chance, they would see how great a friend you are or they would fall in love with you.
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The Fastest Way To Make a Change

The fastest way to make a change

The fastest way to make a change

Boy, did I hate myself! This was before I decided to make a change and began my self-development journey.

And at the time, it made a lot of sense too! I struggled with low self-esteem issues up until my early 20s. It affected every area of my life – the way I carried myself, the way I talked about myself, the way I was always ready to bend over to please others at the expense of myself.

I went around with my shoulders slumped and kept my head down. I didn’t want to cause any trouble. Not me! I was willing to let anybody walk all over me, and I hated myself for it.
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People Pleasing: Why You Bend Over Backwards And How To Stop It

People Pleasing

People Pleasing

Hello, my name is Edith, and I am a recovered people pleaser.

Back then I would put everybody’s needs ahead of my own; my family, my neighbors, my friends, my coworkers, even total strangers! And you would think that spending all my life trying to please people would make me feel all good inside, but it did not.

The truth is I felt terrible inside.

I felt used and taken for granted. Every time I pushed what I really wanted to please people, I was powerless and unable to stand up for myself.

Yep, that was me. I was so scared of confrontation, I would go to any lengths to avoid it. Whenever I noticed someone took advantage of me, rather than confront them, I would just phase away; lose contact with them.

After many years of abandoning my own needs, I eventually fell into depression. I knew I must stop the cycle. I tried, but it seemed I was doomed to stay a people pleaser forever.
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