I absolutely love this one! Sometimes looking at the big picture can be too overwhelming so much so that it can stop us from moving forward and cause us to feel totally and completely paralyzed. That's why this is such important advice that I know will be so helpful to you. Any step no matter how small is a step forward, and in the right direction. You don't always have to do everything all at once - just take one step at a time!

Happy International Women's Day!

Happy International Women's Day! I hope all you ladies out there are being appreciated for everything that you do today and every day.  Let's celebrate being women, being different, our uniqueness, and the amazing contributions women make to our world!

Are You Living Your Most Authentic Life?

I've seen this meme come up in my feed many times and it always makes me sad as I know too many people in this situation. My wish for them and everyone is, life is too short and fleeting so don't waste it away being unhappy. Strive to live an authentic life, the one you dream about living, the life that will bring you true happiness.

Are You Following Your Heart, Or Following Your Fear?

To follow your heart seems like the simplest, easiest and most logical relationship advice and yet most people, especially women don't. They convince themselves they're following their hearts, but what they're really following is their fear.  Fear, that they will end up single and alone, fear that society will judge them, fear that they will run out of time to have children, fear that they won't be financially secure, fear, fear, fear. This is one of the reasons the divorce rate is so high, or married couples are so unhappy, because at some point this truth is revealed -- they never really listened to their hearts, they listened to their fear.

Happy Valentine's Day!

I don't believe in Valentine's Day as being that one special day to honor and care for your partner.  I think couple's should celebrate and appreciate each other every day.  However, as it is Valentine's Day, I thought this quote was some of the best advice I've seen in a long time and a real game changer.  Real intimacy -- into me see -- comes when you can truly see your partner and help them be the best that they can be.

A Hundred And One Excuses To Text And Call Men -- When Women Know They Shouldn't!

Why do women always find a 101 excuses why men don't text or call them? And when they don't hear from them, why do they text and call way too often just to make certain they haven't forgotten about them? The truth is, when a man is ready for a commitment, ready to be in a relationship, ready to be with you, nothing will stop him from stepping it up and sending you all the right signals so you never have to worry that he's not into you. I came across this blurb on my 
Facebook feed and it just reinforced for me everything I talk about in my book GIRLFRIEND 911. When a man is truly interested in you he will move mountains to be with you. That's it. Period.

"When a man is truly interested in you, there will be no need for you to do the pursuing. Men are born to pursue women. Yes, you can pursue a man if you want to, but in most cases that's just an obvious sign that he's not into you. It's not natural for a man to sit back and let the woman do all the work. For a man who claims to like you to sit back and allow you to do all of the calling, texting, dating arrangements, talks about the future's pretty obvious where you stand in that man's life. When a man really wants you, you won't have to chase after him like he's some celebrity who barely has time for a fan. You will be his priority!"  

Dear Girlfriend 911: I'm Having An Affair And Can't Let Go Of It

Dear Girlfriend 911,

I read your book and I think you can really help me.  I'm married, but I had a short term relationship with another man, and I feel like I can't let go of it.  I need to find the True Self concepts in your book, and figure out how to send the Goodbye Letter which my heart can't stand to do, but knows that it should.

Thanks for the good information your provide in your book.  It really made me think.

Kind regards,


Dear Amy,

Anytime you're not getting what you want from a relationship or situation, it's causing you more pain than joy, and you feel out of control and disempowered, that's a sure sign that it's time to get out. It doesn't mean that getting out will be for good, but you must change the balance of power. You need to empower yourself, get in the driver's seat and draw a line in the sand. The Goodbye Letter is the perfect way to do that because as I say in my book,  "This is not necessarily a goodbye to your man, but instead a goodbye to the old way of doing things. You are putting