Category: love

We’re talking about infidelity…

This past week I got the chance to interview Psychotherapist and Relationship Expert, Esther Perel. She’s come out with her second book The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity and this book is a must read. Esther has been a ... READ MORE

Feeling jealous or insecure? it could be connected to this

I wanted to share a very real account from a client of mine, let’s call her Lucy, of her experience talking with her Mom about how she felt when she was younger. It’s raw and truthful. Today’s post is a bit long, but well worth it. I ... READ MORE

I don’t want to get too excited and jinx it

You have permission to get excited. Even amidst a lot of pain in the world right now. You may not need permission. But you may. Another way to say this is you’re allowed to get excited. Unfortunately I’ve heard these words a countless ... READ MORE

How she moved through heartbreak

We’ve all felt pain in love. Heartbreak especially can be a huge wake up call and teaches us to reflect on our actions and how we got to where we are. Heartbreak can be a catalyst to our own evolvement, when we choose to see it that ... READ MORE

it’s hard to watch

Last week’s events in Charlottesville have elicited a ton of emotions in me, as it did for so many others. I’ve always been a little shy about getting involved and speaking out about politics. Mostly because there are so many ... READ MORE

Unlock your heart with this question

Over the years I’ve thought a lot about feeling worthy from within when it comes to love and relationships (I will be revealing a course on this soon). One of the keys to feeling worthy in love is also about feeling safe from within. ... READ MORE

maybe leading with your heart hasn’t gotten you into trouble

I said to my client, “Let your heart lead the way and it won’t steer you in the wrong direction.” She said, “It’s the listening to my heart that has gotten me into trouble in the past.” I’ve heard this a lot from clients, regardless of ... READ MORE

the key to fulfilling relationships

Anekantavad is a sanskrit word meaning multiplicity of viewpoint —through understanding and taking in all perspectives, one can find the truth. This tenant is thousands of years old. When my husband Hemal and I visited one of my Guru’s ... READ MORE