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THE HUFFINGTON POST: The Quickest Way to Tell If It’s Love

Making love to anyone is a prospect that we should always approach with caution, however impulsive we may feel at the moment. There are categories of need in every intimate bond: safety, security, strength, recognition, acknowledgment, respect, tenderness, trust, loyalty, and a sense of belonging. These needs come in many guises, but if you can […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Flirt With Your Inner Genius

It’s your time You got the horn so why don’t you blow it You are fine – Cream by Prince We always think there’ll never be another Bowie, Prince, Cohen, Fisher or Michael. We easily feel abandoned as our favorite icons prove to be mortal. We console ourselves with their music, and with Carrie Fisher, […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Don’t Let Trump Say “You’re Fired” – Say “I Quit!”

Donald Trump is playing a game by spreading fake stories. And you are letting him win by playing into what you already believe or what you want to hear. People are in a lot of pain right now: Either fearing for their futures, or facing serious physical or verbal threats. Our political talking heads are […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Chase Your Dream, Not Your Dragon

I’d like to say I had an ordinary week of meetings with clients, a hot date, and regular news purge. But as things go, I had the unusual task of working with a new client whose dream is to run for Congress. Jenn is a humble patriot looking to make a difference. She’s a grassroots […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: How to Embrace Your Own Talent

You’re bright. You want to contribute to the world. You know you’re talented. Deep down you believe that someone should hook you up with ‘that’ job. You know, the one where your skills shine? And whether you’re working part-time or fully locked into a humdrum job, your talent sits idle on sidelines. “I’m not going […]

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Is Your Partner Selfish in the Game of Love?

You might as well face it, you’re addicted to love. Or sex. Or it could happen. We fall into these bad habits because our search for a mate grows so complicated that we will do almost anything to make it easier. Moreover, our deepest sexual fantasies can interfere in our hunt for that ideal partner. […]

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