Life advisor and relationship expert Suzannah Galland works with many single women in their forties (and above); her work centers around reframing clients’ perceptions to help them realize their actual desires, allow themselves to enjoy the pleasure of dating, and attract people who bring them more joy.“The Thrill of Dating in Your 40’s—and Beyond” Goop
Life advisor and relationship expert Suzannah Galland says lingerie can carry the negative energy and memories of past flames. Here, Galland shares her empowering lingerie manifesto and a bra-burning cleansing ritual.“Getting Rid of Old Lovers—and Why It’s Time to Toss Your Bras” Goop
Life advisor Suzannah Galland has written many pieces for us about how to read a potential lover, giving us smarter ways to navigate romantic relationships. With summer vacations behind us, and the full force of fall office energy upon us, we asked Galland to talk about business relationships.“How to Read Coworkers” Goop
Moving the present forward is another way of saying drop the baggage and manifest the life you want. The only way to do this is to work with what you’ve got now—and to keep your head out of the past.Suzannah Galland, “Finding Love: The Power of a New Story - The Year of Moving the Present Forward” Goop, a weekly lifestyle publication curated by Gwyneth Paltrow: Be Section
Whether you’ve been married before, are married now, or have yet to find a committed relationship, Galland’s advice below about using gut checks to understand intention is applicable to pretty much any situation.Suzannah Galland, “How To Rate Your Date—Before Getting Hooked” Goop, a weekly lifestyle publication curated by Gwyneth Paltrow: Be Section
When we feel emotionally threatened, at work, or with finances, or in our relationships, our first reaction takes place in our mind.Suzannah Galland, “Profiling for intent: when our thoughts run away from us” Goop, a weekly lifestyle publication curated by Gwyneth Paltrow: Be Section
Even if this has never happened to you, it’s most likely that you’ve experienced the mental version of it, or what I call a “mind quake.” A mind quake is a head game we play with ourselves. It’s when we let runaway thoughts consume us to the point of acting on them, sometimes foolishly.
Suzannah Galland calls herself a life strategist, which she likens to the art of Aikido: “I bring people back to the heart.” A session with Suzannah is exactly that: She engages you in conversation and studies the way you react to fairly straightforward questions, and does some back-of-the-envelope note-taking against your name and birthdate. And then she reveals the way you navigate the world—whether you’re aware of your patterns and sensitivities, or not—in a way that will probably drop your jaw. She calls it perceptive processing...Suzannah Galland, “Getting Smart About Love” Goop, a weekly lifestyle publication curated by Gwyneth Paltrow: (March 12, 2015): Be Section