I was recently contacted by the moderator of LoveEvolveandThrive.com to write about how to attract healthy love. Many therapists, counselors and coaches contributed, and you can find my take on the subject by scrolling down to entry #18. In it, I write about Challenging Your Fears of Showing Your True Self as a gateway to attracting a healthy relationship. To read the article, click here. Let me know your thoughts and what has worked for you!
My latest guest contribution to the personaldevelopementcafe.com website offered tips on how to stop worrying about what others think. Although it may be natural, and even healthy, to consider the impact our actions may have on others, we can limit our own self-expression if we allow ourselves to be paralyzed by worrying about what others think. Check out entry #8 at the following link to learn more.
How to Stop Worrying About What Others Think About You
What do you do to stop worrying about how others view you?
You'd think it'd be easy to be your authentic self, wouldn't you? Just let your true essence shine through, right? If only it were so simple. Our fears come into play and stop us in our tracks. What if I'm rejected? What if they don't like the real me?
Click the link below for some tips on how to live more authentically. My contribution is #2!
How To Be Your Authentic Self
I was recently asked to be a contributor for a website dedicated to personal development. The topic was a particular favorite of mine: how to improve your self-esteem. Many other counselors and therapists weighed in with their unique perspectives. If something resonated with you I'd love to hear about it in the comment section below!
Here's the link to the article:
"How To Improve Your Self-Esteem."
Saying "no" can be tough stuff, but here are 14 ideas of how to tackle this issue with grace and integrity. Take a look at my contribution, #10, in this article on the Personal Development Cafe site.
How to Say 'No' Without Feeling Guilty.
Marnee Reiley is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working with couples and individuals in Irvine, Orange County, California.