What the Dalai Lama Taught Me About Self-Respect: Guest Post from Introvert Inspiration

What the Dalai Lama Taught Me About Self-Respect: Guest Post from Introvert Inspiration

  What the Dalai Lama taught me about self-respect Lack of self-esteem, self-respect and self- confidence are the cancers often eating introverts. The internet is full of websites and articles trying to convince us, that we are somehow “OK”. If you also lack one of these features, let’s try a different approach. I will not […]

Healing Emotional Neglect In the Age of Conditional Love

Healing Emotional Neglect In the Age of Conditional Love

Dr. Jonice Webb describes nurturance as a combination of love, care and help. Dr. Webb is the author of a book titled, “Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect”. It is about what was left out of our childhood versus what happened, and how it affects our adult relationships. I highly recommend the book. […]

3 Myths that Hold Introverts Back from Meeting New People

3 Myths that Hold Introverts Back from Meeting New People

Have you found yourself dreading a work event? Or at a happy hour leaning against the wall, checking your phone, and waiting for a chance to leave? Almost every introvert has a story like this, a time where meeting new people felt uncomfortable and conversation was difficult. I’m a strong introvert, and I know meeting […]

Healing Your Relationship with Your Eyes

Healing Your Relationship with Your Eyes

Lust is at a distance, love is up close. According to psychologist, Dr. Stan Tatkin, if your relationship needs rekindling, lust is not your best bet. Getting physically near your partner and making eye-contact, are better choices. Mate selection at a distance The primitive parts of our brain assess people at an actual distance to […]

Two Rituals That Calm Your Nervous System and Strengthen Your Relationship

Two Rituals That Calm Your Nervous System and Strengthen Your Relationship

Dr. Stan Tatkin says we can and should be our partner’s best anti-depressant and anti-anxiety agent. That seems like a tall order to me, but I have learned so much about attachment theory, couple bubbles and neurobiology from Dr. Tatkin, I’m willing to trust him. Dr. Tatkin is fond of saying partners are in each other’s […]

Noticing Real Paradise

Noticing Real Paradise

I’ve been researching and writing about awareness for my upcoming book. My schedule did not allow for time to write a new post this week but as space2live is approaching its sixth year anniversary (February 11), I thought it would be interesting to re-run one of the first pieces I ever wrote. It was originally published on February […]