Tag: self-love

Why You Lost the People You Loved

Why You Lost the People You Loved

If you’ve ever lost anyone you loved—to a breakup, a divorce, an illness, a death—you probably wondered, in the depth of those sleepless nights when you were engrossed in pain and enraged against the Universe…what’s the point?   No matter whose “fault” it was– yours, theirs, God’s, and no matter how much the outcome could be justified, your pain is… Read more →

how to find your purpose, Natasha Che

How to Find Your Purpose in Life

A common question readers ask me is “How do I find my purpose?” Just this week, someone emailed me and said, “Even though I trust the universe for finding my way. I still question myself so much about how, where, and when. What do I do?” Before we talk about what your mission is, I want to ask you this… Read more →

how to get the person you love back

How to Get the Person You Love Back

↑ That’s a trick title. Gotcha! April fools! Yay! But sweetheart, what make you think it’s a good idea to get them back? In this video, I answer a million-dollar relationship question that’s as old as humanity itself, and that has recently manifested itself in my email inbox as a reader request. I talk about a common relationship pattern of many empathic… Read more →

A Different Way to Look at Pain

Wherever there is life, there is pain. If you find that depressing, you’re missing the point of pain. Nobody likes pain. Yet if you spend any time living at all, pain will be as inevitable as the next Christmas. Instead of seeing it as your archenemy in life, how about trying a different perspective? In this video, I explain why… Read more →

Why Self-Discipline Is Overrated (And Why You Haven’t Lost More Weight And Saved More Money)

What do losing weight and saving money have in common? The answer: a lot. First of all, both can be filed under the I’d-rather-eat-a-litter-box-than-do-this category. Also, the success rate of accomplishing either among the general population is equal to the probability that you’re Princess Leia’s twelfth cousin. And the most striking similarity between the two is the way we go… Read more →

I Couldn’t Love Myself, So I Loved My Self-Judgment

“I realize I need to love myself more!“ I hear people say that a lot these days. Self-love is hip now. Even my 64 year old mother, who hates internet listacles, emailed me an article the other day called “5 Ways to Love Yourself Before You Leave the House”. “Read that,” my mom said on the phone. “And eat more… Read more →