Trusting Your Inner Guidance (Plus 10 Associated Articles) http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/10090 When we begin to feel lost or confused about various aspects of our lives, our first instinct is to search for direction. We feel sure that the answers we need are out there somewhere, and finding them will help us to know the right way to turn.While seeking advice and guidance from others can be helpful at times, it is not always the best way to help ourselves. Rather than relying on someone else to tell us our truth, we can instead choose to look within and find the ans... Sat, 07 Aug 2010 12:43:27 PST en-us Trusting Your Inner Guidance http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/10090 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/10090 Sat, 07 Aug 2010 12:43:27 PST Bonding With Your Partner – Without Candles, Wine Or Lingerie! Summary: Many partners attempt to bond with candles, wine or lingerie, only to find their time together feeling flat, empty and passionless. In this article, discover what really creates bonding, intimacy and passion with your partner.A journalist interviewed me regarding intimacy in relationships. One of her questions was, “What are some of the easy ways in which husband and wife can bond - without candles and wine and expensive lingerie?”Easy ways? Well, it depend... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/317 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/317 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:07:59 PST Challenged by your relationships? Good! Why are our relationships such a challenge? By their very nature, relationships always push us toward duality, toward the opposites. They take us into both the light of our souls and the darkness of our subconscious. They force us to look at the light and experience the shadows. http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/325 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/325 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:00 PST Discerning The Loving Heart How often have you had the experience of connecting with someone – a friend or a potential partner – who turns out to be an uncaring person? At first you think this is a really good person, and then down the line you discover that the person is self-centered, narcissistic, angry and uncaring. You wonder how you could be so wrong, and what can you do differently next time? http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/338 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/338 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:01 PST Fear Of Commitment In my counseling work, I often work with clients who have a deep fear of commitment. These individuals generally say that they want to be in a loving relationship, yet they keep picking “the wrong people.”Susan, 38, sought my help because she was in two relationships at the same time. This didn’t feel right to her, so she knew that she had to make a choice. Yet she could not seem to decide which relationship was right for her. Susan had been in a relationship with Sha... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/361 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/361 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:02 PST Avoid Personal Disintegration From A Broken Marriage With Hypnotherapy For Break Ups And Divorce. When we fall in love and experience the first blush of romance, it seems to us that life couldn’t be better. The world seems perfect and rosy, and we cannot bear to think of ever living without our partner. Yet, the reality is that more often than not there is trouble in paradise; after a period of time spent together, the rosy hue dissipates only to be replaced by a sepia toned world. The divorce rates have gone up around the world in the last few years, and break ups are as... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/414 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/414 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:06 PST Hypnotherapy For Relationships – Improving The Quality Of Life Human beings are social creatures; in our day to day lives we are constantly meeting and interacting with people, and creating relationships with them. Fathers, mother, sibling, friend, lover, co-worker, subordinate – These are just a few examples of relationships which are common to people across the globe. While some of us are really good with maintaining these relationships, others are want for improvement. It is a fact that not all our relationships can be called successf... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/415 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/415 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:06 PST Nurturing friendships When we plant a tree, we take care of that plant from the smallest stage of growth. We not only nurture that plant with water, air and fertilizers, but also protect it from any damage. Friendship is one such plant. One has to take care of friends, as one takes care of the plants, one grows..... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/450 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/450 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:09 PST Why Is Love Important? So often we spend most of our time taking care of our physical needs. We make sure our bodies are fed, cleaned, clothed, exercised and rested. We also make sure intellectual stimulation and entertainment is a priority. Yet we also overlook the most important need -- love.Of course, as a society, love is not overlooked. Popular media constantly places great emphasis on what we need to do and how we should look to attract "love". But being loved is not as powerful an emotio... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/581 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/581 Sat, 23 May 2009 04:08:20 PST Actions Of Love Myrna, 38 and a successful physician, sought my help because she often felt inadequate. While she really valued herself as a doctor, she did not value herself in her important relationships with friends and family. In addition, she said she wanted to be in a loving relationship but she took no actions to meet available men.In the course of our work together, it became apparent that Myrna rarely took loving action in her own behalf with her friends and family. For example,... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/604 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/604 Sun, 24 May 2009 05:34:26 PST Commitment Phobia: Are You Commitment Phobic? Marilee, a client of mine, was commitment phobic. “I’d love to be in a loving relationship,” she told me in one of our counseling sessions, “but I’m not willing to give up my freedom. I have a great life. I love my work and my friends. I love to travel and take workshops and classes. I don’t want anyone telling me what I can or can’t do. I don’t want to deal with someone feeling hurt because I want to work rather than be with him. It’s just not wor... http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/632 http://articleadvocates.com/ArticleAdvocates/Display.cfm/632 Sun, 24 May 2009 08:06:28 PST