The Three Types of Relationship Bombs – Starting with Love Bombing

You may have heard of love bombing, but have you heard of the other types of relationship bombs?

Nov 2 · 2 min read >

3 Tips to Get Over Withdrawal After a Breakup

Craving your ex? Here are tips to handle withdrawal after a breakup.

Sep 9 · 1 min read >

5 Ways to Cope After a Breakup

After a breakup, while you logically might know the relationship is over, you body and brain is in a state of shock. It’s used to getting its feel good chemicals like dopamine and oxytocin from the relationship, and now that supply is cut off –...

Apr 7 · 4 min read >

Are You Love Addicted?

You logically know you’re in a dead-end relationship, then why the hell is it so hard to let go of them? Well, you just might be addicted your ex. Here's how to find out.

Apr 5 · 2 min read >

There’s a Secret Stage of Healing from Heartbreak That You Need to Know

Research suggests that grieving the end of a relationship is much like grieving a death. A popular framework is the Six Stages of Separation (shock, denial, depression, anger, bargaining and acceptance) which mirror the stages of grief. But after having worked with thousands of people...

Mar 8 · 4 min read >

It’s Global Un-Cuffing Season – Tips For Healing From a Breakup

Thanks to the panny d, break up and divorce rates have been increasing around the world. It’s basically a global un-cuffing season. Here are a few tips to help you move the f*ck on.

Feb 9 · 1 min read >

The 11 Best Gifts to Give Yourself When Going Through A Heartbreak

A breakup is the shake up you need to redirect your life. When I work with people going through a breakup, they are in a lot of pain and wish they could fast-foward through it. But I'm always excited for them. I can see that...

Dec 9 · 4 min read >

How To Breakup During a Pandemic

The pandemic has been the 'Great Accelerator' of relationships, propelling a couple forward, or expediting its demise. Here some tips on how to navigate your conscious uncoupling, pandemic edition.

Dec 2 · 2 min read >

What Slot Machines and Rats Can Teach Us About Toxic Relationships

There doesn’t seem to be much difference between a rat obsessing over a food pellet and a person addicted to earning breadcrumbs from their beloved.

Jun 17 · 3 min read >

A Pandemic is Still Not a Reason To Text Your Ex

Take the corona-tinted glasses off and repeat after me. I will not text my ex.

Mar 25 · 3 min read >

Why You Like Him More Than He Likes You

You choose (and stay with) people who are not equally invested in you because you don't love yourself enough to not settle for breadcrumbs (aka casual).

Oct 30 · 3 min read >

Chasing Unicorns

The ending of one chapter feels scary, but that’s only because there’s many chapters still to be write. You just won’t know how to title the one you’re currently in until the rest of your story unfolds.

Aug 10 · 2 min read >

RENEW Breakup Bootcamp – May 1-4, 2020 – Upstate NY

Bridging the gap between science and spirituality, RENEW will immerse you in a program designed to release old patterns and rewire your subconscious mind. It's time to move forward.

Jul 25 · 52 sec read >

Seven Practical Steps to Heal After a Breakup

No, you are not going crazy. After a separation, there is a lot going on in the brain, and understanding the neuroscience of heartbreak will help you realize that feeling sad after a breakup is natural.

Apr 1 · 7 min read >

The Science Behind Breaking Up

Going through a breakup or a heartache? Here's the science behind why your heart aches and how to get back up.

Mar 20 · 5 min read >

This is a Love Story

The beginning of love stories do not start when two people meet. At least, not ones of the soul-mate kind. I believe that energy never dies, it just takes different forms.

Nov 15 · 6 min read >

A Letter to a Friend Going Through Heartbreak

We must not give away our power, our light and not let any of the past harm the future. We must get back up each and every time, and still approach the world and relationships with hope, love and softness.

Oct 7 · 1 min read >

I Got Rejected… And This is What Happened

Don’t give so much power to a person who was never meant to be in the permanent cast of your life story. Go out there, love fully. Love generously. Love with reckless abandon. Because that's how you create magic. That's how you create a life...

Jun 11 · 3 min read >

He Likes Me… Not

I am a dreamer. I am a storyteller. I believe in magic. I believe that it's possible to create a love so beautiful it can change the world. I'm not ever going to stop believing that, and I have faith that one day, it will...

Jun 10 · 2 min read >

Why You Should Not Date Your Ex

You’re a little lonely – plus a lot bored. And you haven’t had sex for so long that you swear you’re a born-again virgin. Right now your ex is looking preeeettty good.

Feb 6 · 3 min read >

How to Pick Yourself Up After a Breakup

Your world can feel like it's turned upside down when suddenly the star of your dreams turns into the villain of your nightmares.

Nov 4 · 4 min read >

beginnings -> endings -> beginnings

All endings are also beginnings. We just don't know it at the time.

Sep 18 · 2 min read >

Gettting Over an Ex

My 'Ask Amy' Column as seen in the 24 Hours Newspaper. Dear Amy I don't know how to get over an ex-boyfriend who has hurt me a while ago. Every time I see him and his new girlfriend, I only pity myself. He has given...

Feb 15 · 1 min read >

A Letter to the Other Woman

Were we born monogamous creatures? No. However, we (many in society) have chosen to commit to monogamy. And the gift of being a human being is that we have the ability to make choices to give in to our animal instincts or not.

Dec 14 · 2 min read >

Processing the Pain of Infidelity

This time last year, I was in Paris with the man I thought I’d spend the rest of my life with. I remember praying, saying thank you to the universe, for the relationship and love I had in my life. I trusted my partner and...

Sep 24 · 7 min read >

Processing Pain

I’m starting to understand and appreciate that situations, such as breakups, loss, etc – can act like catalysts. Painful as they may be, they are opportunities in disguise, that give you the chance to rewrite the stories we attach to past events that ultimately shape...

Aug 20 · 1 min read >

Opening Up My Heart Again

People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. Sometimes that reason comes in the form of a harsh, uncomfortable lesson. And sometimes, that reason comes in the form of a light, positive memory to remind you that there is good...

Jul 30 · 1 min read >

Dealing with Anger After a Breakup

In my reaction to dehumanize the object of my anger, I have forgotten compassion. Compassion for him, and compassion for myself.

Jul 4 · 1 min read >

Rewriting the Script

While I cannot change my childhood, my upbringing and my history, I can change my reaction to it. The memories of events may stay the same, but my internalization of such events don't have to.

Jun 11 · 1 min read >

Breakups are Blessings

The relationships that don’t work out aren't failures nor are they a waste of time. They are meant to happen because they are preparing you for the person you are meant to end up with, and the person you are meant to be.

Mar 20 · 2 min read >


When you go through a breakup, one of the ways to move forward is to find closure. Closure has different meanings for many, but to me, it is a process. In that process you allow your feelings, hurt and pain to surface. As much as...

Feb 9 · 1 min read >

Unhappily Ever After

There was once a point in time where you were deep in the throws of love, and it was as if your partner could do no wrong. You integrate into each others’ lives, you laugh, you play… you love. Then time goes by, and for...

Dec 15 · 1 min read >

I fall. I cry. I get back up.

If you’ve been following some of my recent blogs, you will know that in the past recent months, I’ve been thrown a few life challenges. To sum it up, I lost my job, my income, endured an abrupt and painful breakup, and lastly, lost my...

Dec 12 · 2 min read >

To You.

To You. The last few months have been one of the most challenging times of my life. I lost my job, my income, and along with that, a part of my identity. Then, the relationship with the man who I thought I was going to...

Dec 1 · 2 min read >

My letter to a dear friend going through a breakup…(an old post from 2009)

Breakups are never easy…and even though you survived your first one a few years ago, for some reason, it doesn’t get “easier” the next time it happens…it’s just different. You hurt just the same, in fact, the magnitude may feel even greater. Your heart feels...

Nov 16 · 2 min read >