Alison Chase is creator of the site WakeUpToBreakUp.com. She is also the author of “Dear John…, which she co-authored with John Leuba. She interviewed me for her exciting new venture Pink Wisdom about your relationships and self-worth. The featured photo is a throwback shoot I did a few years ago with the super gifted JC Photos.…
Should you settle? The Settle-Free Dating Method for Single Women… A short video to celebrate Tinzley Bradford’s new book! Let’s talk about what settling means when it comes to love and life. (Photo of the authoress and her amazing cutie-pie “Snookums.”)
This week on my Mommy Noire column, I spoke with Tinzley Bradford about single mothers and relationships. Head over there to see what she had to say on the controversial topic on this link.
Keep reading to see what she had to say about love in general. These are the interview outtakes…
Self-being, mindfulness, nowness, or living in the present warrants a whole chapter in The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love. Here, I join my matchmaker friend Suzanne Oshima to talk about the importance of mindfulness or self-being and dating. I love this conversation!
Get comfortable. We’re about to go within. I always say that prayer is us talking with the Highest Power and meditation is us listening. Here’s how Wikipedia defines meditation:
Meditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realize some benefit or for the mind to simply acknowledge its content without becoming identified with that content, or as an end in itself.
The term meditation refers to a broad variety of practices that includes techniques designed to promote relaxation, build internal energy or life force and develop compassion, love, patience, generosity and forgiveness. Meditation has been practiced since antiquity as a component of numerous religious traditions and beliefs. Meditation is also used to clear the mind and ease many health concerns, such as high blood pressure, depression, and anxiety. It may be done sitting, or in an active way—for instance, Buddhist monks involve awareness in their day-to-day activities as a form of mind-training.Prayer beads or other ritual objects are commonly used during meditation.