I am a NYC based Certified Life Coach and mental health advocate. My writing has been published on The Huffington Post, Prevention, Psych Central, Pop Sugar, MSN and The Good Man Project, among others. I work with all kinds of people to help them go from depressed and overwhelmed to confident and happy in their relationships and in their world.
it is essential to set boundaries in an abusive marriage now so that you can survive, and maybe even thrive, as you live through it.
Relationships are hard work sometimes, and there are a few red flags that you should watch out for if you don't want to get your heart shattered.
Are you stuck at home with your significant other, wondering how to keep your relationship strong during coronavirus isolation?
Are you in one of those confusing situations where the guy you love is not letting you go, despite not wanting a relationship with you?
Are you finding it difficult to believe that letting go of someone for their own good is sometimes the right and the best thing to do?
Breakups are always tough and painful, and sometimes potentially you might see yourself playing the victim after your breakup.
5 Common Boundaries In Marriage. learn why they are important, see how they can be violated and understand what can be done to prevent this
Are you wondering about surviving repeated infidelity, whether it’s time for you to stay in or get out of the relationship?
If you’re feeling depressed and lonely all of the time it’s important that you do something about it and do something about it now!
I believe that letting go of a past love is crucial to your happiness here and now as well as your chances of being happy in the future.
Your relationship with your in-laws can have a huge effect on your marriage. This is how, setting healthy boundaries with them, can help make your marriage stronger.