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Learn How To Rest Without Feeling Guilty

By Lianne Avila | September 14, 2020

You can learn how to rest without feeling guilty. What is it about feeling guilty for resting, anyway? I hear it all the time. Everyone is so busy. You can’t slow down and when you do, for some reason you feel guilty. Learn how to rest and feel good about it. Not only is it important to rest, but it’s important to engage in restful activities. Sure, you may have the 8 hours of sleep down. But, what types of restful activities are you engaging in? You will know if they are restful by how you feel. Meaning are you...

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7 Self-Care Tips For A Happier Relationship

By Lianne Avila | August 31, 2020

Research has found that self-care is good for you mental health. What does that mean, it is also good for your relationship. What’s even better, is when you and your partner practice self-care together. Self-Care Is Good For Your Mental Health You are not a machine. If you don’t stop, you will burn out. This will cause you to feel resentful toward friends and family, when you see them having fun. This doesn’t mean you run from one task to another. You want to move through your day mindfully. I see it all the time, I go to the gym...

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5 Tips For Parents For Reducing Stress During Covid

By Lianne Avila | August 24, 2020

Covid is still here. Remember back in March when they said it would be 3 weeks? So much for that. We are living in a time of unknowns. This may make you feel like reducing stress during Covid is impossible. Reducing stress during Covid. What else can go wrong this year? If this is what you are thinking, you aren’t alone. Covid is stressing everyone out. It’s also leaving a lot of people feeling depressed and anxious. When was the last time you had a break? You may be working from home, with your children at home. This means that...

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7 Healthy Boundaries In A Relationship

By Lianne Avila | August 17, 2020

Setting boundaries is an important part of establishing your identity in a relationship. It’s important for your mental health and well-being. There are all kinds of boundaries. They range from physical, emotional, social and your career. This means finding the balance in your relationship. This also means compromise. Healthy boundaries in a relationship are good for your mental health. QS Studies did a recent study on, how small is too small? Meaning does the size of your home affect your relationship? Is it more difficult to set boundaries when you live in a smaller space? Let’s find out. The study...

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7 Tips To Reduce Stress During Covid-19

By Lianne Avila | August 3, 2020

If you are feeling stressed out during Covid-19, then you aren’t alone. Because it’s a time of uncertainty it’s easy to predict the worse case scenario. That will only make things worse. As human beings we want to know how things are going to turn out. You don’t want to hear that this is a time of uncertainty, or a time of change. But, realistically, things are always changing. This means that this will also eventually change. Breathe in – Breathe out, and Reduce Stress During Covid-19. It’s true, we don’t know how long this is going to last. It’s...

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What Is Self-Care? 5 Tips To Help You Develop A Self-Care Plan

By Lianne Avila | July 20, 2020

You hear a lot about self-care these days. But, research has found that a lot of people misunderstand what it means. A lot of people don’t feel they have enough time for an effective self-care plan. Self-care is something you practice daily. It’s taking care of you mind, body and soul. A lot of people feel self-care is about making themselves better. That is not the case. Self-care is about nurturing yourself. Self-Care Is A Nurturing Experience Setting aside time for yourself, is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Even, if it’s only ten minutes. You...

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7 Ways To Build Trust In Your Relationship To Increase Friendship & Intimacy

By Lianne Avila | July 13, 2020

QS Bathroom Supplies recently studied trust in a relationship. The results were amazing. Couples had more off-limits items and banned chores in the home, than one would think. The study was called, Don’t Touch My Stuff. The number one item that couples had off-limits were their smartphone. The number one reason the smartphone was off-limits, was because they didn’t want their partner using it. Items two and three, were computers and cash. They found most of the couples studied felt this way at the beginning. But, if they didn’t loosen up it was because their partner lost it or damaged...

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Super Self-Care Tips That Will Help You Feel Better

By Lianne Avila | June 29, 2020

A super self-care plan is a must. Especially, during times of stress and uncertainty. Right now, it’s easy to put everyone else first. By doing this you are putting your emotional and physical health at risk. This doesn’t mean you are selfish. It’s important that you take care of yourself. Your friends and family will thank you for it. You will feel better and be happier. Super Self-Care Is For You A super self-care plan will also help you feel more like yourself. You will be more alert and aware. This is very important during this time. I find a...

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7 Ways Women Can Achieve Ultimate Wellness

By Lianne Avila | June 15, 2020

An ultimate wellness plan will help reduce the stress in your life. It’s important to make an investment in yourself. Studies have found you will live longer. Your mind and body give you warning signs. But, when you are stressed out you tend to ignore them. When you do this you are ignoring the ultimate wellness inside you. Ultimate wellness starts from within. You shouldn’t feel like you have to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders. And, you shouldn’t be around people that make you feel that way. You need to start to take responsibility for your...

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Why Can’t I Be Happy? 7 Things That Will Make You Happier

By Lianne Avila | June 1, 2020

You know when you feel happy and you know when you don’t. Are you asking yourself, ‘Why can’t I be happy?’ If that is the case, you aren’t alone. Many people rely on external validation to make them feel happy. This means they rely on their work, relationships, and income to feel happy. As you know, all of those things can change. You shouldn’t rely on others to make you feel happy. Why can’t I be happy? I have seen a lot of people in my practice. And, I have heard this question a lot. Happiness comes from within. You...

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