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How do we go from being in love to being in a downward spiral in a long-term relationship? When we start off with someone we get along great, value him or her, grow to trust him or her, bond in friendship, have great sex and decide to create a life together. You’re all in committed and then over time things go off the rails and leave your head spinning and your heart heavy. If you found this article because you are up searching the internet desperate for some clarity and solutions understand that the universe responds to our asks. Here are key things that end long term relationships and what to do to save your relationship. 1. You stop appreciating one another and you start to pay attention to faults. Disagreements are normal in any relationship. When we have different points of views we can learn expand and grow by…

As a Love Life Coach, I see all the hot mess disasters. Both men and women complain about how dating over 40 absolutely sucks. Many decide to date younger which only leaves them with their heads spinning, bank accounts draining and nodding off at their desks after being out the night before til 3am. Why can’t the over 40 crowd get it together? Here are 5 reasons people over 40 suck at dating. They have more baggage than Kennedy Airport at Christmas.  Separated? Divorced? Living in the apartment over the garage so they can still have dinner with the kids? Kids every other weekend? Pick up the kids? Drop off the kids? Aging parents? No work? Too much work? These people are middle aged and with that comes a whole lot of obligation. When you finally nail them down to meet for a date guess what the conversation will be…

By Lisa Concepcion, Certified Professional Love Life Coach and Founder of LoveQuest Coaching Want to learn how to successfully date online? Begin by dating yourself and raise your vibe. It’s not the dating app it’s YOU! Your energy literally flows from you through your phone or computer and onto whatever dating app or website you choose to use. Crappy energy, crappy results. It’s that simple. So, what the hell does dating yourself mean and how does it raise your vibe? Dating yourself means that you fully 100% commit to YOU. It means that you start to take full responsibility for your own happiness first, most, best and always. In doing so you start to pay close attention to your thoughts and the way you talk to yourself. Are you kind and loving to yourself, or are you critical and negative? If you want to attract love and kindness, loyalty and…

Since the whole explosion of the #metoo “movement,” this LoveLife Transformation Coach has been hearing from both men and women asking for my take on the subject. Some of the comment’s I’ve heard are, “Uch, these women are ruining dating,” and “I don’t even know how to start a conversation with a woman anymore.” Then there’s,“I’m a feminist who likes to cook for a guy I’m dating. If I support #metoo, does it mean I shouldn’t cook for a guy?” and “What if I like her and want to have sex, do I now have to wait for her to initiate?” To offer some levity and clarity and inject my unapologetic authentic no bullsh*t tone to the topic, I decided to write a comprehensive list showcasing the changes to dating pre-and-post #metoo. Here it goes… Pre #MeToo: Let’s go out and find some cute boys to make out with.…

Show of hands how many people resolved to lose weight, quit smoking, get organized, work out, blah blah blah. What I want to know is where are the people who resolved to transform their sex life? If your Google searching for “How to Have Better Sex” or “Improve My Sex Life” led you here DO NOT CLICK AWAY! I’m Lisa Concepcion, a Certified Professional Love Life Transformation Coach and Founder of LoveQuest Coaching where it is my mission to help people transform their love lives into what they want and deserve it to be. I share with you 5 Hacks for Better Sex This Year. Learn how to “Consciously Communicate.”  People say communication is everything in a relationship yet it’s the most common complaint couples have. Great communication also trickles into other aspects of life especially the sex life. When you can communicate well with clothes on imagine how well you…

“So, what are you doing for New Years?” This is the question. Personally, I always referred to New Year’s Eve as a “rookie night.” It’s when the people who hardly go out, or care a lot about appearing to be fabulous on their social media threads, pay a whole lot of money for a whole lot of nothing special. For the many couples who live where it’s too freezing to go out or simply blew their budget on Christmas presents for their entire family, deciding to stay in on New Year’s Eve doesn’t make you a loser. In fact, some of my most memorable New Year’s celebrations were spent in my home, the key is to make it sexy and fun. Here’s how to have a romantic New Year’s Eve at home. Make it an evening of decadence!!  Call up your favorite restaurant and get your meal for pick up.…

Heartbreak. We’ve all been there. You either can’t eat or you seek comfort in food. You either can’t sleep or melt into your down comforter, draw the blinds and sleep your sorrows away. One thing that’s certain, you cry; a lot. I’ve cried my eyes raw. They’ve gotten swollen and puffy and red, and what’s worse, over the years; I’ve even gotten cry-induced wrinkles. They’ve deepened with every disappointment. I decided to do a product roundup with the best beauty products to cover up crying. These are some go-to products I’ve used to pull myself together on the outside as I was in turmoil on the inside. Fake it till you make it right? Clinique Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector and Clinique SuperdefencseAge Defense Eye Cream Broad Spectrum SPF20  Put this stuff in the fridge! Follow these steps in your post break up cry face beauty rescue routine. First your…

How committed are you to yourself? It’s a question I have asked myself a lot over the past year. Last week the question was prompted by yet another abnormal pap telling me I have cervical dysplasia, again. I, like 80% of the population was diagnosed with HPV, human papillomavirus. It’s been nothing but a cycle to nowhere for over a decade. Finally, I reached a breaking point and an opportunity to commit fully to myself and my health. I am restoring my female reproductive system to what it was when I was 15 years old. This got me thinking about personal commitment. In my business as a Love Coach, I constantly hear people complain about how no one is interested in commitment anymore. I agree!  Commitment has gotten a bad rap and most people ditch responsibility to self and others. It’s easier to say you’re happy than to believe you are happy.…

Everyone has their “Everest;” that one life challenge that they know they must complete before their soul leaves this earth. For me, after 44 years of life, I figured out that my “Everest” is the ability to give unconditional love. I’ll be honest. To love unconditionally has been difficult for me. I often asked myself is unconditional love possible? I mean love without conditions, really? As long as we have egos and a desire to receive, there’s going to be conditions. Resentments build when you give without the get. We are human and humans want to know what’s in it for them. That’s just the way it goes. Cynical? Yes! I describe unconditional love as my “Everest.” People die climbing Mt. Everest. It’s a huge feat. Loving unconditionally is like climbing Everest. However, these days I like to think that as I focus on the accomplishment (the dangerous climb) and…

Originally written October 2015. I study Kabbalah. It urges us to always connect to “The Light,” the divine force of all that is great and pure and blessed that resides within us. In life we are often brought into darkness. We forget that the light within is ours to illuminate at any time. It shows us the way to joy, love, prosperity and all we desire. In March 2015, I began yet another cycle from darkness to light in my own life. I collided with another soul who was in his cycle of darkness to light. Our time together was and forever will be an incredibly cherished part of my process. March 2015, I had learned that my ex-husband was dating another woman. We had been already separated or 4.5 years yet, I clung on to hope that we, maybe someday, would reconcile. I punished myself and was unkind to…