September 2015

I Love My Man But….

I Love My Man But….
· … I still feel unfulfilled
· … We are more like friends than lovers
· … The relationship is lacking passion & intimacy
· … The spark has gone
· … We argue all the time
· … I need more peace & calm in the relationship
· … He’s distant most of the time
Whatever your but…. is
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This I Know For Sure…

It is impossible to truly love and care for anyone if you don’t truly love and care for yourself. If you wake in the morning and say mean things to yourself as you get ready for the day, HOW are you supposed to be able to be kind and loving to others?

Far too many of us walk through our day pretending to be caring. We may actually even hear others say how caring we are BUT, exactly how caring can we be if we don’t first care for and about ourselves. When was the last time you performed a random act of kindness for yourself?

If you are the mother of many children, an act of self kindness and love may be taking time to sit in the quiet house after the kids are in bed or before they rise in the morning and enjoy a good book, good music, a warm cup of tea, etc. OR perhaps the best act of self kindness is to enjoy a shower without kids knocking on the door or fighting outside it. For some moms, an act of self kindness is taking the time to do her hair and makeup. The possibilities are endless!

If you are a busy professional, an act of self kindness and love may be turning off your cell phone for the entire weekend or at least one day of it. It might include sitting in your favorite chair with your eyes closed while listening to the silence and reconnecting with yourself. For some reason many people are afraid to be alone with themselves.

Whoever you are and whatever your day is like, there is nothing wrong with taking time away from it all. There is nothing wrong with spending time alone in the silence. For many of us, it’s the perfect answer to all the stress, tension and anxiety that seems to permeate our very existence.

When was the last time you looked at yourself in the mirror and said, “I love you”? I get a lot of blank stares when I ask that question because we don’t think about saying those words to ourselves. We say them to our sweetheart, our children, our parents, family members and close friends so why are we not saying them to ourselves?

Here’s how you do it:

Look at yourself in the mirror. Don’t look at your cheek or your hair or at anything behind you. Look directly into your own eyes and say, “I love you” with as much feeling as when you say it to your sweetheart. It’s okay if your eyes begin to tear up. Mine did the first time I said it to myself. Make it a morning habit because you may be the only one who says it to you all day long.

Now that you know that you are loved by you, you’ll discover that it’s easier to say other nice things to yourself.

When was the last time you apologized to yourself for mistakes you’ve made and regrets you have? Yes, it’s important to do that too. We all know how to apologize and ask for forgiveness from others but how many of us actually take the time to fully apologize to and forgive ourselves for the wrongs we’ve committed to ourselves; like saying mean things and talking poorly about ourselves inside our own mind? Include this as part of your morning habit and discover what it feels like to truly love and care for yourself.

WARNING: This morning habit may lead you to experience deeper love and caring for others.

A Lucky Escape

Ever wondered why sometimes it feels as if you spend hours banging your head against a brick wall?
To cut a long story short.. One of my Mindfulness clients was swimming in a pool and saw a towel floating near the bottom. Thought nothing of it, then intuition made him look again. Saw it was a little girl drowning, dragged her out, luckily doctor there too, and all ended happily.
Probably nothing to do with my Mindfulness coaching, but made me feel great anyway.


(This is a letter I wrote to myself. Saying all the things I need to hear but having no one who will say them to me. So I said them to myself. I’m sharing it with all of you because it may be useful to someone else.)

I’m not only sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, I’m sick and tired of everyone complaining about feeling sick and tired!

HONESTLY! I’ve had it with sick talk, and excuses as to why you can’t choose wellness. You can’t be part of the solution if you are part of the problem.

IT’S NOT ABOUT MONEY! It’s not about not having the time, or the right shoes, or the right clothes, or a babysitter, or anything else you put the blame on. It’s about YOU and the CHOICES you are refusing to make. The INVESTMENTS you are refusing to make in yourself, in your health, and in your future.

Your children want you around for all of their special occasions. Your sweetheart wants to grow old with you. Your friends want to experience fun times with you. Your family is watching and learning from you. If you won’t do it for yourself, will you do it for them? Start with one day each week. Will you commit to and invest in yourself for ONE day?

YOU are responsible for YOUR health…no one else. YOU CHOOSE! You choose to live IN wellness now OR live IN illness later.

Convinced it’s a money issue? Going for a 30-minute walk is free. Prescriptions aren’t free, the ER isn’t free, a hospital stay isn’t free, insurance premiums sure aren’t free. LOOK at all the exercise DVDs you’ve purchased over the years. PICK ONE, PUT IT IN, FOLLOW THROUGH so you can have the energy you want to have. Okay, you’ll have to spend money on food. HIGHLY NUTRITIOUS FOOD! Yes, you might spend $40 on everything for a big, beautiful salad but how many servings will you enjoy of that life giving, highly nutritive salad? The only food that is expensive is the food you buy and then fail to enjoy so EAT UP!

All you have to do is decide. Go ahead, make a choice. CHOOSE to live IN wellness or to live IN illness understanding that if you choose illness, you only have yourself to blame. You do not have the right to blame your skinny neighbor, the Biggest Loser or the person body shaming in their blog.

If you choose to live IN wellness, it won’t be easy but it WILL be worth it. It will mean changing in both small and big ways. You might need someone to teach you about real food, how to prepare and season it, how to time a meal so everything is ready at the same time, how to read a recipe, and some may even need to learn how to use their oven and what cooking utensils are needed for each task BUT life should be all about learning new things anyway.

If you choose to live IN wellness, you’ll get to figure out what type of movement YOU enjoy. This can take time so don’t get frustrated with it. Start by walking for 30-minutes a day and go from there. Pick the time of day that works for YOU! Allow nothing to interfere. Follow through with the commitments you make to yourself! Anyone who knows me, knows that if I promise to do something, I’m going to do it. Because of this my kids work really hard to get me to use those two words – I promise – because they know I honor my promises. Unfortunately, I’m really good at following through with the promises I make to myself.

It’s challenging to get up before the kids to enjoy yoga when some – or all – of them wake you at varying times of the night. Or you discover one in bed with you when your alarm goes off. I recently told my sweet youngest child that I WILL be getting up early in the morning – every morning – to enjoy yoga, even if he happens to be in my bed. I made it clear that he’s welcome to join me. Funny thing is that he hasn’t been in my bed since because he didn’t want to get woken up that early. All because I am choosing to honor the promise I’ve made to myself.


Angie Taylor –

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