Relationship problems? When we are under pressure, stressed and overwhelmed by all we have taken on - our relationships take the brunt of this and they begin to suffer. We don't have any time to relax. We don't have any time for ourselves. This leads to frustration and anger and resentment and this spills into our relationships. And then our whole life becomes a problem. And it does not need to be that way! It is so important to understand that EVERY decision (no matter how big or how small) affects our life. When we make little wrong choices along the way - that can add up to the same effect as having made a big wrong decision! Learning to make correct decisions improves your relationships on so many levels.
My husband and me
Intimate relationships: I always considered that I had a very good relationship with my husband. Yet, I had not known how often I was saying yes just to please him and not upset him. When I learned what part of me should be making decisions, this changed. I will be honest with you, this was not an easy adjustment at first. My husband says that I am so much more real and honest now. I am happy being strong within myself and he is relieved that I am no longer trying to manipulate him!
It can be any kind of personal relationship with: a friend, a lover, a spouse, a child, a colleague or a parent or sibling.
Aging Parent and Adult Child One of life's most difficult decisions is how to take care of an aging parent. The sense of responsibility shifts dramatically when a parent needs day to day care. There are so many emotions involved: love, guilt, gratitude, anger, regret, fear, and frustration are just some of them. I was faced with this decision in my own life and I am so relieved that I already knew how to make a correct decision for myself. There is no universal answer to how we can help our parents as they age - but there is an individual answer to find within yourself.
I was able to find a solution that did not sacrifice me and my own health and well-being. And all the little decisions concerning my father until he died, were made correctly for me. Those last years we shared together were beautiful because of that.
My father and me
Worrying about Your Children I am mother - and a mother worries. When I first learned what my unique decision making strategy was, I wanted my adult daughter to have this knowledge as well. By understanding that we each have our own way of making a decision and that we are inherently different in nature, I was able to relax as a mother. I was able to support her in making correct decisions and our relationship changed to one that was honest, respectful and relaxed. I was no longer telling her what I thought she should do (as all mothers can't help but do!)
Empowering and supporting your children and grandchildren Even though one grandchild was just born and the other was only seven years old when I first had my reading, I wanted to find out how they could be guided to make correct decsions for themselves as well. What an amazing thing to be able to support in children and how beautifully they mature and trust themselves. Now they are deeply secure in their own decision making. What could be more important for a child to learn in life?