Recent Posts by Regina Fletcher

The Power of Perspective & Relationships

Dan Hoyle, actor and writer of The Real Americans. "I would have voted for Bernie, but Hilary Clinton? No sir! The way she let her husband cheat on her and then took him back. My wife would never let me do that, so I'm voting for Trump" These were the paraphrased words of a character…
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Dancing with the Dark Side of Commitment

Dancing with the Dark Side of Commitment  Five principals for making commitments you’ll love to keep  I recently found myself not wanting to honor my husband's request to support him while doing a professional program and he told me he couldn’t make time for daily special, check in time because he was too busy and stressed…
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When Monogamy Begets Murder

IN MEMORY OF JACKSON NJOROGE Career and life coach, Joe Brachocki posted a beautiful piece honoring his friend from Kenya, Jackson Njoroge, who was murdered by a man sleeping with Jackson’s girlfriend. The man hadn’t know about Jackson and when he found out about him, he got into a fight with him and killed him…
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Funeral for Your Ex

On the importance of honoring the end of a relationship Recently I went to the funeral for my friend’s father. He died unexpectedly, and he had been struggling with Diabetes to the point of sporadically going to the emergency room. He was 69, and left behind his two adult daughters in the United States and…
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How to Make Halloween a Day of New Friendship

Every Halloween I meet new people easily. Why? I'm a retired children's entertainer and everyone and their kid wants to hit me up for costumes...I'm rebelling from 9 years of wearing a school uniform? No seriously, I allow the festive nature of the holiday to enable myself and the people around me to step out of…
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Crying in Public and Tips for Privacy Settings

The morning of the Turning a New Love Leaf Meetup at Ocean Beach I woke up plagued by the heaviness of my own uncertainties in my love life. I became a breakup coach to help other people get past their breakups, and here I was feeling teary-eyed and heavy as I drove to set up…
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