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“The advice offered in these guides helped me learn to love myself, take care of myself, and stay committed to my values so I remain true to myself.” – Susan D., Ohio

55 Ways to Love Our World

55 Ways to Love Our World

American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” You and I are the thoughtful and committed citizens who can change the world.  

How to Nuture Yourself Through a Cancer Diagnosis

Every story of cancer is unique. What is universal is that no one ever wants to hear those words. So I believe it is important to support one another. This 14-page guide offers ideas on how you can support yourself, such as:

  • The importance of being a good receiver.
  • Taking care of you is job one.
  • It’s okay to own how you feel with no apologies necessary.
  • Striving to find happiness and inner peace is very important.

How to Raise a Child with Special Needs

Raising a special little person takes the same skills necessary to raise any child, and more. I don’t have all the answers. My husband and I will continue learning and growing as our son grows. There will be new challenges and new opportunities. I am certain that what I have learned so far will come into play as we move through life together. This 18-page guide provides some of the most important skills I have learned, such as:

  • How to activate the superhero powers you have.
  • The importance of allowing yourself to be human.
  • Giving yourself permission to feel everything when you feel it.
  • An important goal is to keep expectations high for your child.

What “I Love You” Really Means

It is easy to say “I love you” to the people we love. But to actually love them consistently and unconditionally is more challenging. My 8-page guide, and companion audio, looks at four aspects of love you may not have thought about, such as:

  • Love makes agreements; ego has expectations
  • Love lets go
  • Love does not expect perfection
  • Love looks for ways to heal betrayal

101 Ways to Love Others

We often think of showing our love for others by doing something for them like giving flowers on an anniversary or running errands. While it is positive to express your fondness this way, it is how you BE in a relationship that truly expresses your love. My 10-page guide offers 101 ways to BE in a relationship with others, such as:

  • Listen as you want to be heard
  • Remain calm in the midst of a crisis
  • Be responsible for your mind, which has a mind of its own

101 Ways to Love Yourself

One of the most important lessons I learned is that to love others well, we have to love ourselves first. Caring for ourselves first is not selfish as this allows us to know what it feels like to be cared for. My 8-page guide provides 101 ways to love yourself, including the following:

  • Honestly accept yourself
  • Embrace the wide range of your emotions
  • Let go of the notion you can change or control others
  • Question beliefs that do not resonate with your heart

Set Boundaries Out of Love for Yourself

While all relationships have challenges, the dishonest or abusive actions of other people can never be love, which is expressed only positively. Being silent about unloving behavior is not how to care for someone, or ourselves. My 9-page guide will teach you four steps for setting boundaries that will help you have healthy relationships:

  • Define acceptable behavior
  • Accept that doing nothing about unloving behavior is condoning it
  • Calmly and clearly express your feelings
  • Be comfortable with not being popular

Help Protect the Heart of Those You Love

There is a business side to loving that you and I cannot ignore just because we do not want to talk about it or face our own mortality. To truly love others is to do everything within our power to prevent them from suffering should we pass away or be diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. My 8-page guide will help you:

  • Identify the legal documents you need
  • Make the right decisions for your loved ones
  • Suggest ways to secure your family financially
  • Give you peace of mind

Being Fulfilled

Being Fulfilled

Fulfillment with life comes from creating deep, lasting relationships. To do so requires keeping ourselves present in the moment, to fully be with other people without distraction. My 8-page guide helps open your heart to three truths:

  • Contentment is one outcome of accepting that multitasking doesn’t work
  • Fulfillment comes from learning to manage life’s distractions
  • Satisfaction and joy come from staying present in the now

The Power of Positive Thinking

You do not create a positive life with negative, limiting thinking. My 10-page guide discusses four ways to change thinking that may be limiting you from creating your best life:

  • Life can be dramatic, but comedy is more fun
  • Being a victor over life’s circumstances is a choice
  • Yes, everything is easier said than done
  • If we want positive, we must stay present

How to Break a Negative Habit

It takes a great deal of self-reflection and love to become aware of the triggers that cause us to develop a negative habit. My 7-page, step-by-step guide will help you create a self-supportive plan that will enable you to achieve success. It includes steps like these:

  • Determine why you engage in negative, self-abusive habits
  • Honestly ask yourself what benefit you are getting from it
  • Know that working to break a bad habit is key to overcoming it
  • Remember that you break a negative habit for yourself, not for others

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”I was not taught that loving would sometimes hurt or how to overcome relationship challenges. The information Regina shares opened my mind and heart to what it actually means to love others through both the good times and the bad. Everyone can benefit from Regina’s hard-won wisdom.” – Sally R., Colorado

How to Uncover Who You Are and What You Want

Do you compare yourself to others, or compete with them? Do you need other people to tell you you are successful before you believe you are? Do you attempt to fit into the box other people want you to? My 27-page course and workbook will help you appreciate the following:

  • You are meant to live an authentic life
  • Self-love and respect come from being true to yourself
  • Healthy competition is good for your soul
  • You define success for yourself

Four Ways to Avoid Disappointment and Frustration in Relationships

Conflict arises in relationships when one person’s perception of what is acceptable behavior does not match the other’s. Having shared moral values is paramount to creating the behavior that results in healthy relationships. My 27-page course and workbook will help you:

  • Know your emotional strengths and weaknesses
  • Accept that you cannot change anyone but yourself
  • Remain true to yourself while in a relationship with others
  • Realize it is healthy to say “No”

Why Ego-Boxing Keeps You Unhappy

Why Ego-Boxing Keeps You Unhappy

“Ego-boxing” means stooping to the rude and self-centered behavior of another.  When we ego-box, we give our power away to the person whose negative behavior made us angry, defensive, or frustrated. We don’t like or respect ourselves when we give our power away. My 26-page guide and workbook will help you learn how to do the following:

  • Respond with your heart rather than react with your ego
  • Express anger in healthy ways
  • Let go of the idea that people should know better and do better
  • Assume responsibility for your actions

How to Forgive Other People and Yourself

No matter how much you may want someone to take back or own up to the harm they caused you, they cannot change the past, just as you cannot take back anything you have done to hurt yourself or others. My 21-page course and workbook will help you:

  • Understand what it means to forgive
  • Release what you believe “should” have occurred
  • Create a resentment-free future