Self-confidence

6 Ways Writing Can Be Therapeutic
Lifestyle / Self-confidence / Writing

6 Ways Writing Can Be Therapeutic

Expressive writing involves writing about your thoughts, feelings and experiences—not what you did today or a blow-by-blow travelogue of your last trip, but your deepest emotions about yourself, your life and events from your past or present. There’s no need to worry about sentence structure, spelling or grammar – just […]

3 Things To Do Differently To Improve Your Relationship With Yourself
Relationships / Self-Care / Self-confidence

3 Things To Do Differently To Improve Your Relationship With Yourself

Often as women we put ourselves last, put ourselves down and try giving from an empty cup. We take ourselves to the point of exhaustion for everyone, but ourselves and somehow we think this is how we are supposed to act. Many of us were taught this way by our […]

To Be Your Own Best Friend, Start by Loving Yourself
Lifestyle / Relationships / Self-Care / Self-confidence

To Be Your Own Best Friend, Start by Loving Yourself

A lack of self-care can leave people feeling unlovable, and feeling unlovable can make it very difficult to connect with others, which we are hardwired to do. Mindfulness expert Julie Potiker explains that self-care begins with being your own best friend. She shares these and other self-care tips in her […]

Is Your Type A Personality Interfering with Life?
Business / Leadership / Lifestyle / Self-confidence

Is Your Type A Personality Interfering with Life?

Are you a workaholic? Does your work consume your days (and nights)?  Do you have trouble unwinding after a long day of work? If you answered yes to these questions, chances are you are a Type A personality. If you identify with this, it may be time to do a […]

Can Coaching Prevent More #MeToos? Why Women Should Invest in Support
Self-confidence / women / women and sex

Can Coaching Prevent More #MeToos? Why Women Should Invest in Support

On a gray November morning something unusual showed up on my Facebook news feed. A colleague posted that a friend of hers was in a difficult situation. Her friend, let’s call her “Erin” (to protect her identity) was let go of her job just a few months after reporting a […]