I recently met with a client I’ll call Samantha. Samantha is divorced and has been single for ten years. She hasn’t dated for the last five of those ten years. Samantha has an upbeat attitude about life but doesn’t feel as positive in dating and relationships as she does in other areas of her ... Read More
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I highly recommend Elizabeth if you are serious about creating genuine loving connections with a partner. She has a wealth of wisdom and insight! By working with her I was able to detach from a relationship that was no longer working, get clear on my vision, and use her special dating plan to find a great man! She stands out from my previous coaching experience. ~ Carrie Short, Austin, Texas
Elizabeth has a grace and tenderness that puts you at ease. She invites a sense of trust. This is not empty praise. Being a psychiatrist for over thirty years, I've become a good judge of character. Elizabeth and I have had collaborated in the care of a young man with significant social challenges. Elizabeth has helped him expand his life skills in a remarkable way. And, by the way, she also has a great sense of humor. ~ Trey Aoueille, MD, http://www.treyaoueille.com/
Elizabeth’s advice really worked! She helped me uncover new insights about myself, become more comfortable at social events and more. I followed her advice and I met the love of my life! We have been enormously happy. We are now in a committed relationship that’s going on its third year! ~Elissa B., Retired IT Consultant
I recently met with a client I’ll call Annie. Annie is divorced and has been single for ten years. She hasn’t dated for the last five of those ten years. Annie has an upbeat attitude about life but doesn’t feel as positive in dating and relationships as she does in other areas of her life. She ... Read More
Love on its own is simple but once you combine the feelings and preferences of two autonomous human beings it can be perplexing and frustrating. I’ve identified the top five reasons why love and relationships are so confusing and solutions to help you feel less stressed out about starting a new ... Read More
Vulnerability is often seen as a weakness in life and relationships, but it's actually a strength. Dr. Brené Brown, a renowned expert on vulnerability, explains that life is best lived when we really "sink into" the joyful moments—daring to show up and let ourselves be seen. She writes, "When we ... Read More