The Ambivalent

The Ambivalent

When it comes to addictive relationships, the most common types of people are; those who love too much (Anxious), and those who love too little, (the Avoidant). If you vacillate between the two you are an Ambivalent. It’s not really “love” that we are talking about....
Love Isn’t Addictive… Here’s Why

Love Isn’t Addictive… Here’s Why

Do you mistake intensity for intimacy? Do you have to be in relationship to avoid feeling empty? Do you know you need help navigating relationships and not sure about what help to get? Do you feel like you are working harder in the relationship than your partner? Is...
Article: Deboarding Crazy Train

Article: Deboarding Crazy Train

On her blog, Lori Jean Glass talks about: Deboarding the Crazy Train. The article gives insight about what it takes to find relational freedom and be able to operate in life as your healthiest self.
Withdrawal from Love

Withdrawal from Love

You may not realize this, but falling in love is actually a chemical experience much like any mind-altering experience. Once caught in the throws of passion, you are actually “high” as if you were drugged. This is why it is such a powerful experience and can lead to...
The Whole Perspective

The Whole Perspective

The Whole Perspective is part of the core curriculum at PIVOT. This is where we invite you to show up for your whole self and live the change that you seek. The benefits of the Whole Perspective are: Identify what areas in your life need attention. Gain self-esteem...