Dispelling the Love Myths #4 – Feeling love is enough

There are a million love songs. From Donna Summers I Feel Love to The Lion King’s Can you Feel the Love Tonight they all remind us that when love is present, it is palpable. So I’m  willing to agree that love is a feeling, the problem is, love felt, but...

Dispelling Love Myths Day 3 – Love takes time and others

If you are just tuning in, I’ve been writing for the last couple of days on the what I call The Love Myths.  These are so culturally ingrained, we don’t even realize that these beliefs are running our lives. If Love is  a choice we make, and NOT something...

Day Two – Dispelling Love Myths: Love is expensive

Yesterday, I started this series to get people thinking about how much more love would be available if we practiced some simple principles and skills of loving. If you missed that post, you can read it here. Today’s myth? That Love is expensive.  We believe its...

Dispelling the Love Myths

It is our most pervasive myth: love is something you fall into. You are going along your daily life and BOOM, there she was just a walking down the street! I saw him standing there, and I knew. Cue the soundtrack! We have come to believe in chemistry, and kismet, and...

A tale of two husbands

Contrary to what you are thinking, this is not about the men I have married.  Even though I have two husbands, or to be more precise, two ex-husbands, this post is a simple story of identifying a desire, and the creative discovery of a solution. I have been separated...

Play in the face of adversity

I recently watched a Esther Hicks where she channeled her guides Abraham saying, “We don’t care if you get what you want or you don’t.  We party anyway.” I’ve always been a lemonade out of lemons sort of person.  My dad used to say that I could walk into a room full...