“It's like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.” ~ Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind When someone hears that you've gone through a divorce or break up, they often ask the overly [...]
About Dr. ChristineDr. Christine is a Licensed Psychologist with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and over a decade of business experience in a managerial position in a Fortune 500 company. Dr. Christine is also a certified Life Coach. This combination of psychological expertise, life coaching skills, and business acumen enables her to help you clearly understand the situations you are experiencing and take smart action toward improving them. For over a decade, she has been helping people to have more fulfilling and more successful relationships and careers.
There are so many losses that you feel when you get divorced or go through a bad break up. One unfortunate loss is friends, probably just at the time that you need them the most. When a couple divorces, it's not absolutely necessary for friends to take sides, but in reality it can be difficult [...]
I work with people going through divorce and it's an incredibly painful time in their lives. One thing that I encourage people to do is to have some sort of hope or dream, something to inspire them while going through this difficult preriod. What I mean by a dream is that often, during marriage, you [...]
So your divorce is final and you're beginning to date again. Whether you met online, via app, or in person, now that you've got that first date lined up you don't want to blow it! Here are the three top first date mistakes to avoid: 1. Talking about Your Ex Nooo, don't go there! This [...]
These 2 questions will solve all your problems! Am I sounding too much like an infomercial? And...I'll even throw in this paring knife! Ok, now seriously. If you have a problem, then here are two killer questions to help you hone in on a solution. Ask yourself: What am I doing that I shouldn't be? [...]