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Jemila Kwon
(503) 222-1883
Portland, OR
Coaching Types
Life, Leadership, Relationship
Rates
$You set your own fee based on intuition, value, inspiration, conscience capacity/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Reiki Healer. Nia Blue Belt, CPE

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Denise Bacon
(503) 537-2602
Newberg, OR
Coaching Types
Life, Relationship, Career
Rates
$89/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Master NLP

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Denise Bacon
(503) 537-2602
Newberg, OR
Coaching Types
Life, Relationship, Career
Rates
$89/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Master NLP

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carter dye
(503) 369-6090
Portland, OR
Coaching Types
Spirituality, Money and Finance, Relationship
Certifications
School of Hard Knocks

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Solomon Rob Consulting
(503) 644-9696
4755 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR
 
carter dye
(503) 369-6090
Portland, OR
Coaching Types
Spirituality, Money and Finance, Relationship
Certifications
School of Hard Knocks

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Valeria Moore
(253) 709-5427
Salem, OR
Coaching Types
Life, Performance, Relationship
Rates
$100/Hr
Gender
Female

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Jemila Kwon
(503) 222-1883
Portland, OR
Coaching Types
Life, Leadership, Relationship
Rates
$You set your own fee based on intuition, value, inspiration, conscience capacity/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Reiki Healer. Nia Blue Belt, CPE

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Oregon Life Improvement Center Llc
(503) 590-5900
9740 SW 153rd Ave
Beaverton, OR
 
Kramer Robin MA Lmft
(503) 643-9578
10700 SW Beaverton Hillsdale
Beaverton, OR
 
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10 Strategies to Transform your Relationship with Overwhelm


by Vicky White

If you are someone with goals and dreams it's not likely you are ever sitting wondering how to fill your time. Overwhelm brings up issues of integrity, authenticity and passion. It will affect your prosperity, your relationships and make you not nice to be around.

Overwhelm is the opposite of peace. Use these strategies to transform your relationship to overwhelm and you will be more effective and will project a more peaceful energy out into the world.

1. Declutter your environment. Clutter will stop energy moving freely and stop your own creativity and decision-making. Clutter is anything unfinished, unused, unresolved, tolerated or disorganized. If you keep adding more you will overflow. Declutter your physical environment, your address book, and your to-do lists. Be with those things, people and actions that support you in being the best you can be.

2. Balance the elements in your environment. If you have too much of the wood element you could feel overwhelmed. Wood is represented by the blue and green spectrum of colors, column shapes, wooden objects or plants. You can either reduce the amount of wood in your environment or you could add the metal element, which has the effect of reducing the wood. Metal is represented by the color white or pastels, oval or circular shapes and metal objects.

3. Look for the gift in overwhelm. Let yourself feel it. Overwhelm is a bit like an addiction - it hides what's really going on. When you allow it to shut you down you become a victim. Let yourself feel it and discover what it's hiding. Could be your authenticity, your power, your fear of success or another truth.

4. Where are you out of integrity? Overwhelm is a sign that something is off. What needs adjusting? Are you being true to yourself? Are you doing what you love? Where do you need to ask for support? Is there something about your life you do not want to see? Where do you need to say "no"?

5. Know your values and goals and be selective about the projects you initiate. A creative person will come up with many more ideas than they can implement. Make sure the ideas you pursue are in alignment with your values and goals.

6. Know your strengths. Be ready to delegate and to create alliances with others who have complimentary strengths. When you struggle to improve your weaknesses all you get is strengthened weaknesses and this is a sure recipe for overwhelm.

7. Align your energies by having big goals and going for it. When you play small to protect yourself from overwhelm you set up conflicting intentions with your goals and dreams. You are pulling in opposite directions. This is one reason why you don't create the success you could have.

8. Expand your container and create space within it. Overwhelm can be a sign you have outgrown your limitations. You can expand your container by thinking bigger, setting up systems to cope with more clients or business, get help from a virtual assistan...

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Do's and Don't's of Relationship

Do's and Don't's of Relationship
by Ernest Quansah

Do's are what enhances relationships. 

Don'ts are what kill relationships. Our surrounding is made up of different people from different background. Our upbringing, past dating and relationship experiences, etc all molds our thinking. Even the consequences from our own relationship choices may mold our thinking. 

As a result, you may develop positive or negatives characteristics from your past relationship experiences. Hence the experiences will become characteristics you will take into the next relationship. So in effect whether your relationships is going to work or not is predetermined. It all depends on the characteristics you choose to take with you into your relationship. 

I say this for several reasons. One reason is all human being are capable of changing. As an adult you have a choice in what characteristic you wish to sustain. It is safe to say how you treat your relationship is a choice you make. Assuming your last relationship was a bad experience; learn not to take that experience into your next relationship. There is a good reason for that. If you want to find that special someone, it is best to introduce positive characteristics into your dating practices. Here is why. The human heart does several things. One of the things it does is it acts as your guide. Your heart, believe it or not is your compass if you wish to be lead to your soulmate.

Some relationship experts refer to the heart as spirit, inner guide, conscience and so forth. The true mission of your conscience is to direct and teach truth. When you endeavor to doing things that are right you are in effect following your conscience dictates. 

Characteristics and habits of those who follow directions from their conscience to acquire meaningful relationships are such as: integrity, harmony, temperance, patience, thankfulness, honesty, joy, love, goodness, forgiveness, humility, respect, trust, understanding etc. I call these characteristics Do's of relationships. They are qualities that enhance love between man and woman. These qualities predetermine how you will treat your lover. 

Further more your characteristics also tell your love interest what kind of man or woman you are. Those who are authorities in relationships discovered the collapse of most relationships and marriages are attributed to selfishness. For example, the very moment you decide to enter a relationship just for what you want, you have pre-program the relationship to fail. Why? Because your intention is not about sharing your heart with another person but to get what you want. Try and have a relationship that is not me, me, me relationship. This way you will have a greater chance of succeeding. 

What I am sharing with you has been researched and proven to be one of the best ways to find your Mr. or Mrs. Right. Relationships are about two people. Take into consideration your partner's feelings as well ...

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Relationship Issues: She is Ashamed of Him

By Robert Elias Najemy

Diana often feels ashamed of her husband's behavior.

Programmed by an aristocratic family, she has learned to give much importance to etiquette and one's mental "sharpness and refinement." She has a university degree. Her husband Andreas does not. She has money. Andreas did not. She likes to read. Andreas does not. She is proud of her intellectual abilities. She admires people with a sharp and fast thinking minds. For her, intelligence and sharp thinking are what make a person worth respect and admiration.

Andreas is a good-hearted, simple person who enjoys the simple things in life. He works with his hands all day and that allows his mind to rest. He likes to have a beer with his friends and play with his children. He enjoys watching a good movie on TV, spending a weekend in nature, swimming in the sea, playing racket ball. He cares for his wife and children, and within the limits of his humble means, is a good provider.

Recently, however, he has felt a great deal of pain as he has come to realize that Diana does not admire him, and that there are times when she wishes he were different. He feels mistreated. When he feels his self-worth is being doubted, he can become an angry "intimidator." He thinks, "She gives attention only to those who have a university degree or a quick tongue. She doesn't care if the person is ethical or kind or loves his children. She does not care if he can create with his hands or cares for her feelings."

Andreas has been pulling away from Diana as he feels ever more rejected by her. Her desire to be in the company of people who stimulate her intellectually has become ever more evident.

Diana has met a man who she admires, starts having coffee with him and talking for hours. This is very stimulating for her. Their mutual admiration gradually leads to physical contact. She is now a divided woman. She loves her husband, but until now never felt the attraction she feels for this other man.

Andreas has started to sense what is going on and feels increasingly angry. His feelings of self-worth are being ground to nothing. He is very vulnerable and needing of love, affection, and most of all, someone to respect and admire him.

It is in this condition that he meets another woman who respects and admires him for his simplicity and creative abilities. Now, he, too, is suffering from a difficult inner conflict. This is not his style. He does not want to cheat on his wife, but his need for affection and affirmation are too great.

Both are cheating and both are miserable. Neither wants to cheat and neither wants to separate, but both are being controlled by needs greater than their wishes. They both seek affirmation of their self-worth. Diana, through a relationship with a man who appreciates her intellectually and whom she can admire intellectually, feels as if she is worth more because she is with someone worthy of admiration. Andreas feels greater self-worth by being admired by a woman who res...

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