By Heather Siebenaler Breaking up is hard to do…but sometimes it is necessary to become the person you desire to be. This applies to all relationships in your life. Jeff Brown, author of “An Uncommon Bond” states it perfectly…”Many of us know the moment when a love connection is over, but few of us stop then. I am talking about the deep intuitive knowing that its time to move on. Yet we are either too afraid, or too stubborn, or too concerned about the other’s feeling to make our move. But it’s perilous to delay, both because we suffer in...Read More
By Heather Muno Siebenaler Let’s face it; most of us don’t think we can dance. Why? Remember the movie Dirty Dancing? I know every woman who watched that movie wished she could dance like Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Grey) and every man like Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze). Do you have memories of being at a school dance on the dance floor, nearly in the middle of a full-blown panic attack? Were you imagining everybody laughing at you? How many of us were told at some point in our lives that we couldn’t dance? How many of us listened? How...Read More
By Heather Muno Siebenaler We all have moments, even days or weeks, when we are overwhelmed with responsibilities or worries. At those times, we are immersed and deep in thought… unaware of our surroundings. I liken it to a speeding train, where everything outside is blurred and flashing by rapidly. Imagine if we slowed the train down and everything came into focus. The other day, seemingly on autopilot, I walked into the grocery store, loaded up my cart, checked and headed for the car. As I unloaded the groceries, I realized I’d had an entire conversation with the cashier...Read More
By Heather Siebenaler So, you wake up one morning and think, “Wow, this is my life; this wasn’t what I had planned for myself”. Now what? There must be something that kept you from achieving the life of your dreams, but what is that something? Maybe it is a rocky relationship, no relationship, family drama, job loss, the responsibility of raising kids or a demanding career. We all have that “something” in our lives. You want more. But what is “being all that and then some”? Sometimes it doesn’t look so pretty. “Being all that” can be the “ugly...Read More
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