De-Clutter Your Life Now

June 8, 2014 in Life Coaching

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As a life coach I have worked with people that want to improve the quality of their lives. Many times this needs to start with their personal spaces that are distracting their lives from moving forward. When we start to de-clutter lives, minds and hearts open up to new possibilities.
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Embracing Changes

June 7, 2014 in Life Coaching

At varying times in our lives, we arrive at a place in our psychological/spiritual development in which we begin to feel that our outer world may not be supporting our inner world, this causes us to pay attention and make changes.

When we reach these junctures, certain feelings may arise:

we may feel unfulfilled or bored;
we may find that we have unrealistic expectations;
we may have an overly negative attitude;
we may feel uninterested in our life situation;
we may have work or family difficulties that were not expected.

It is at these times that we are often ready for change or what has been termed a “rebirth.” Our old compasses may no longer work and the new compass needs to be held differently. It may be a time to revisit our intentions and goals in order to course correct.

Also, throughout our lifetime, we must recognize that things cannot stay the same. Part of life involves change and growth. How else are we to learn?

So we can ask ourselves some questions:

“How might I see or participate in my current circumstances differently?”
“What am I avoiding feeling or doing and how might I embrace this?”
“Am I willing to change, and if so, how?”
“What have I not yet ‘become’ and am I willing to embrace this now?”
What plan might I create for myself and how can I take my first step?”

As we then embrace this time, instead of resisting the feelings and circumstances, we can see it as a twist or turn on life’s path that takes us into new realms that can further our life lessons.

Grandparents And Estrangement

June 6, 2014 in Life Coaching

written by Dr. Coleman
(suggested Dr. C..”When Parents Hurt” )

I know that some of you have never met your grandchildren and learn about their existence by reading about them in the paper or hearing it about them from a relative or family friend.

Others have had long, intimate relationships with your grandchildren and, as a result of problems with your adult child, DIL or SIL, have been suddenly cast out of their lives as well as the lives of your adult children. This has left a hole in your life bigger than almost anything you ever imagined having to deal with. You not only are burdened with your own feelings of sadness, grief and anger, but worry about the kind of impact that the strain or estrangement from your grandchildren will have on them.

Some of you are allowed some kind of relationship or visitation with your grandchild, but it’s strained by the poor relationship that you have with your adult child.

Either way, not having a relationship with a grandchild can be a source of enormous torment for most grandparents. This is because our relations with our grandchildren are based often on a relationship of innocence, shared need, and vulnerability. In most cases, the grandchild/grandparent relationship is a casualty of the parent-adult child battleground, not a choice of the grandchild.

In other cases, the grandchild can join the parents in their criticism of the grandparent, creating an even more treacherous minefield for them to walk through. This is unfortunate because studies show that the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is not only good for the well-being of the grandparent, it’s good for children’s development. This isn’t terribly surprising. Grandparents serve a number of important roles.


  • Provide the grandchild with another opinion about who theyare. That is, if the parents of the grandchild are critical or rejecting or simply too overwhelmed to give positive input to the grandchild, the grandparent can give them a different experience of themselves in relation to others
  • Grandparents can keep an eye on problematic or dysfunctional family behavior, and in some cases, intervene on behalf of the grandchild. Obviously, I qualify it by saying in some cases because many parents are disinterested in the grandparents’ input. But, the grandparent, nonetheless, can serve as a corrective to the dysfunctional aspects of the parents.

  • Grandparents may have a greater investment in perpetuating the family lineage and therefore serve as a rich resource of identity, history, and stories of family members.
  • Finally, grandparents can provide a different role model of behavior for the child to identify with.




What Is A Professional Organizer

June 5, 2014 in Life Coaching

A trained professional that has mutable tools, knowledge, and experience to help you….

1. Reclaim Your Life…Now..

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