Category: Navigating Relationships

Women Physicians- Do YOU first.

To people outside of the wellness industry, self-care can sometimes be misconstrued as selfishness. 🤔People don’t understand that putting yourself first is actually the best way to ensure that you are offering the most excellent version of yourself to your

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Pleasing Your Parents vs Being Yourself

When People Pleasing is PARENT PLEASING your Asian Tiger Parents:I was recently invited to be on Rae Tsai’s podcast on the Asian Life Coach Collective and am excited to share it with you!! I know many of you may be

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My Word for 2022 is INTENTIONAL

I’m sharing a video clip I recorded this week as a follow up to my post on my word for 2022- INTENTIONAL What can you do to improve your awareness so that you show up in a way each day

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The best gift of all…

While presents under the tree bring joy, a few days later, that joy starts to fade away. So, this holiday, give yourself and your children something they will be joyous about for years to come. The gift of true happiness-

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Being Intentional…

I’m keeping it simple this week… I’m gonna share some quotes that resonated with me this year. This week, make an effort to be mindful of what is happening around you. Be PRESENT. Be AWARE. Take PAUSE. Allow yourself to

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Home for the Holidays…

So- for you first time parents of college students…How did the first Home for the Holidays go? 🦃 Was the visit sprinkled with tense and awkward moments? Was their time at home as you expected? Or did things not go

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The Gift of Giving 💜- to Yourself

Sometimes, it is easy to get confused and think that unconditional love means pleasing others at our expense. IT’S NOT THAT… Consider when you are PISSED OFF at someone. Do you think they feel the discomfort of your anger while

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Being Curious…🧐

OUR thoughts create OUR feelings. Not what other people do or say. Stop blaming the world. Over the holidays, you may find yourself disagreeing with family members. Does it always end up with a tense visit and aggravation toward the

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Love Yourself First

How do you feel about getting together with your family for the holidays? Do you often find yourself being dishonest about wanting to spend time with them, or trying to meet their expectations of you? You can be in control

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