Category: love

Heal childhood wounds

My right hand woman Michele said, “These calls are RIVETING. I cried.” A month back, I asked if anyone wanted free coaching for a part of their life where they felt challenged. The only caveat was that I wanted to share it with others, ... READ MORE

Having a hard time expressing yourself to others…

I had my son Sohum 6 months ago, and it has been a whirlwind of hormones, anxiety, love like I’ve never felt before, memory lapses, lack of sleep, and complete and utter bliss. I’ve written to you about some of this already. It’s ... READ MORE

Don't Dismiss Your Feeling

Dismissing what I really felt

Last Friday, I sent out an email asking if you wanted to be coached by me for free, as part of a series I’m putting together for a brand new program coming out in September called, The Parent Work™. Super excited to tell you more about ... READ MORE

That was a scary conversation

“You make me have the scariest conversations, Kavita!” I hear this a lot. It’s because relationships are built on conversations. Conversations have us feel connected or not to someone, moment to moment. Through conversations, I ... READ MORE

How We Relate to Parents Affects our Lives

The way we relate to our parents and family colors everything we experience in our lives. Now, I try not to use absolutes like every, always, never, because nothing in life is always one way. But if we use this sentence, “The way we ... READ MORE

passing down pain to our children

She started by saying, “My marriage is great, and my husband is super supportive and we’ve got a great connection.” I said, “I love hearing that. So, what had you reach out to me?” She said, “I’m reaching out because my relationship ... READ MORE

second guessing

I’ve been seeing my acupuncturist (@healerfrank if you’re on Instagram) for the last 10 months, and he played a big part in supporting me emotionally and physically in getting pregnant. My sessions with him feel like therapy and a spa ... READ MORE

How to have a life changing moment of acceptance

I’m not going to lie, giving birth to Sohum and entering into full fledged motherhood has been full on in every way. It’s magical at moments when he smiles from ear to ear, and hard when he’s bawling and you have no idea why. In ... READ MORE

I admit it’s not easy

I’ve been in the depths of Motherhood. I admit it’s not easy. In fact it is one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever had. There’ve been many meltdowns and the feeling of, “I have no idea with the hell I’m doing. Am I messing him up? Am I a ... READ MORE