Category Archives for "Self-Esteem"

A Trustworthy Man – Part 2

Being a Man a Woman Can TrustIf you have not yet read Part 1 of this post, you can read it here. From my spiritual studies I had an idealized vision of who I could be, but I didn’t really know the practical steps to get me there. And I was beginning to wonder if […]

A Trustworthy Man – Part 1

Being a Man a Woman Can Trust Sooner or later, trust becomes an issue in just about any relationship regardless of roles or gender. For now, let’s look at trust in romantic relationships. Let’s explore the possibilities of intentionally creating trust and rebuilding it if it gets damaged. Both men and women are equally afraid […]

Neutralize Your Judgments

Create More Peace by Neutralizing Your Judgments Judging yourself  for being judgmental only deepens the problem. People like to think their judgments about others are true. They sure feel true, don’t they? But when you realize you don’t have the the whole truth from which to make a proper judgment, you can begin to see […]

Are You Projecting?

Learn to Recognize When You’re Projecting and Get Out of Denial People talk about denial all the time. No doubt, one of the greatest personal challenges is being able to recognize when you’re in denial. By definition, you can’t see what you’re doing. But, this should help. First, recognize that projection, one of the sour […]

How Do You Know When You’re Loved?

A Little Something for Valentine’s Day! This week’s post is a recorded conversation between Paul and Layne, number four in a series of conversations entitled, 10 Key Abilities for Building Successful Relationships. How do you know when you’re loved? That isn’t something most people think about a lot, if at all. But, knowing “how you know” […]