At What Point Do You Say, "Enough is ENOUGH!!"?

At What Point Do You Say, "Enough is ENOUGH!!"?

For me that was this morning. I had just finished cleaning house. My hair was pulled back, I was wearing shorts and a sports bra and I stopped to look at my reflection in the mirror. 

I broke out in tears.

Not only am I too broke to have my deflated breast implant fixed, I can't even afford to spend money on a chicken cutlet. It looks like I've had a unilateral mastectomy. I can only imagine what women who HAVE had that surgery must feel like.

Then there's the fact that I have been living with a tumor for nine years. It's grown well past the point I said I would let it get to before agreeing to have surgery.

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The Birth of a Book (That Will Change Lives)

The Birth of a Book (That Will Change Lives)

I recognize the title of this blog post is bold. It's a lot to live up to, right? The reality is, I might fail miserably at writing this book...and I'm doing it anyway.  

I'm claiming this position because it's what I want to create.

I have a deep desire to create something that gives me great joy, honors my unique gifts and experiences, and offers something useful to others. I've spent this morning writing, as I often do. But this morning, my birthday, I asked to be shown what there is to do now ... and what revealed itself to me is this:

WRITE A BOOK ABOUT SELF LOVE (SELF WORTH)

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Confessions of a Sex Coach (video 2.2) "Hiding from You"

I'm just gonna cut to the chase with this one. I've been hiding from YOU because there's still stuff about ME that I don't love.

CLICK ON IMAGE TO WATCH VIDEO 2.2

Making the videos has already helped me be more authentic.  Check out the ORIGINAL video 2 to see what I mean.  Writing about this stuff would be helpful to a degree, but when I see myself I can tell when I'm holding something back.  

Since the whole point of this journey is to get completely aligned with my commitments and my calling (aka be 100% in integrity), it's going to require me to be BOLD.

So let's talk about HIDING.  Several years back I was in a Landmark course, I forget which one, and we did an exercise where half the participants got up and formed a line, shoulder to shoulder.  The remaining half formed another line just like the first so that we were all facing someone.  There was only 12 inches between our faces. 

To say that we were in each other's personal space is an understatement.  

For this exercise we were to be still and silent.  We were to look into the eyes of the person (stranger) across from us, and to just observe them.  How do you think it went?

We were reluctant, shifty, uncomfortable, laughing, trying to keep a straight face, not making eye contact...For the most part, we all had trouble 'being' with each other.

Why?

The course leader went on to say the exercise was to demonstrate how afraid we all are of being seen.  He suggested we all "just do what ya want" and "be who you are" because...

Tweet: everybody else is so concerned with what YOU think of THEM that they aren't actually paying attention to you. everybody else is so concerned with what YOU think of THEM that they aren't actually paying attention to you.

This has stuck with me ever since.  Revisiting this is helping me now to come out of hiding.

I think it will be useful to dissect WHY we hide and are walking around afraid of being seen.  And since these are my confessions, I'll use myself as the example.

Through out my life I have hidden what I don't love about myself.  At one point it was my small breasts.  At another stage it was (really, what I THOUGHT were) my not-so-small thighs. For a long time it was the fact that I worked as a call girl in my early 20's. And for an even longer time I hid my general discontent (that would often progress to depression).  Lately I've been hiding my face, well actually my neck -- which according to the chakra system, corresponds to communication and self-expression.

Hmmm... I haven't been fully expressing myself and now I have a growth drawing attention to that area? Interesting how this is all inter-woven, huh?

This kind of universal alignment is what my badass bestie, Allison, and I call WATERBOTTLES!  (ask me about this, it's a pretty cool story)

So what's up with all the lack of self-love?

I know for sure I'm not alone with this issue.  In fact, my intuition tells me it's an issue that crosses cultural, generational, racial, socio-economical, gender, and every other identifier we use to label ourselves.  In other words, it's an issue we face as HUMANS.

How curious.

We humans struggle with self-love and at the same time we are hungrily seeking love from and generously giving love to others.  Oh, and let's not forget we're afraid of being fully seen and are uncomfortable looking strangers in the eye or acknowledge their humanity.

Why?  Why don't we LOVE ourselves and all others equally?  Why isn't this way of being our default setting?

My guess is it's because we are not SEEING ourselves and others as HUMAN BEINGS.

Instead we're seeing 'characters' and 'stories' and 'labels' and 'differences'.

For example, instead of seeing myself all along as a (fucking miraculous) human being, I was seeing a flat-chested girl or a flabby-thighed girl or a call girl or a woman with a tumor... AND I was making myself 'bad', 'wrong', and 'unworthy' of my my own love because of all those (human experience) things.

HELLO, judgement!

This is what we do.  We do it with ourselves and with others.  I wonder what the world would be like if we all just saw ourselves as human beings having human experiences and granted ourselves unconditional LOVE ... no matter what.

That's what Imma do starting right about... NOW.

I suspect the more I love; the less I'll fear. Without fear (or being afraid) I bet I'll be more willing to be seen.  Watch me show my face, and speak my truth, and live my purpose, and fulfill my mission.  I'm starting to get that this is the kind of responsibility it takes to live in my vision.

What is my strategy for letting love rule? (<------ be sure to click that link!) The first thing that shows up for me is: "get it tattooed on ya!"  That way I'll always be reminded that love, specifically self-love, is fundamental for living the life I intend and envision.  

Another part of my strategy is to continue writing and revealing those hidden parts of me -- bring 'em outta the dark and into the light, as they say.  #nomorehiding This truly fits with my intention to live with integrity and lead by example.

And now for a challenge.  We'll start small. You ready? We'll do it together.

Go look in the mirror.  Take a deep breath.  See yourSelf, not your story or your character, but YOU (a miraculous fucking human being).  Now LOVE the shite outta YOU!

What's not to love???  That hair is SUPER love-able! ;-)

So that concludes this episode of Confessions of a Sex Coach.  Here's an update on my status based on my commitments and strategy since the last one:

  • Writing 5 days a week-- it's more like 4 days/week (room to grow)
  • Create/Send pitches, articles, etc-- YES! and I like it!
  • Exercise 3+ days/week with a friend-- YES! and I LOVE it!
  • Saving $20/week-- not yet (Hey!  I'm not perfect)
  • Saturday is pleasure-day-- Pleasure, yes.  Sex, no. But we're making progress!
  • Sunday is set myself up for success-day-- Yes and there's room for improvement.
  • 100% aware of the old pattern-- I can't say I'm 100% aware, but I am taking actions I wasn't before.
  • On track for being in alignment with my vision by 12/31/15-- HELL YES!

 

Cheers for taking the ride with me, ya'll! 

And incase you missed the first video/blog. HERE IT IS.

XOXO, cd

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Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport

Challenging the Truth

Earlier this week I made the following post on Face Book.  Today I want to share a strategy for self-supporting one's truth/belief challenging.  Check it out...

I love challenging people's "truth" or beliefs. And I love it when my coach, Alicia Marie challenges mine. I realized in my last coaching session that i have a tendency to tell myself this lie, "i don't like my life", from time to time. I can remember saying that as a kid...and as a teen...and in my 20's...and my 30's. When I believe that little lie-- LIKE IT'S THE TRUTH-- challenges, frustrations, depression and all kinds of shit shows up in my daily life. When I recognize that for what it is (an unconscious out-of-date broken record in my inner dialogue) I can replace it with something more useful and in fact, TRUE. The truth is I love a lot about my life...my friends, my family, my clients, the home I live in, the opportunities I have, the health of my body, the sun on my face, the two little weenie dogs that I cannot get enough of, my partner Matt Bennett, my voice and the courage to speak up and share who I am and what I'm up to...See?

I didn't intend to write all this but I guess my point is: When we challenge the "truth"/belief we are so latched onto, often a whole lotta good (peace, joy, love, freedom, connection) results.

What "truth" are you willing to have challenged today?

And now for that strategy...

Not everyone is able to have coaching conversations to support their personal growth so for anyone who could use a step-by-step self-supporting strategy, her ya go. 

1. The first thing to do is NOTICE when you're in a rut (or funk, or dark hole, or stagnant spot, or anything LESS THAN desirable). The cool thing about life is it's meant to be lived JOYFULLY and ABUNDANTLY. So if that's not the experience you're having (barring a traumatic experience, of course) then you may want to challenge some beliefs or the "truth" as you see it.  

2. Next, get CURIOUS about the thoughts you're having that contribute to the "less than experience".  What is it that you believe to be true.  It doesn't even have to be some big deal.  In my FB post above, I was simply thinking "I don't like my life".  That wasn't the only thing I was thinking but it sure did keep popping up for a few days.  And that little lie felt like the truth.  I mean, I could find all kinds of evidence to support it like: I wasn't getting any clients, my face was breaking out, my clothes didn't fit right, my relationship wasn't what I wanted it to be...the list goes on. The point is those thoughts were all about all the shit I DID NOT WANT.  

3. Ask yourself the question, "What if the opposite were true?"  In my case, Alicia asked me to tell her what I DID like about my life.  Sitting in my office I looked around and saw my doggies laying in the patch of sunlight on the floor, "I love Copper and Penny", I said.  Then I saw the green lawn through the windows and realized I love my little bungalow.  I saw my shiny new car in the driveway, "I love the opportunities I have to earn a living that affords nice things".  I thought of Alicia and my other AMAZING friends, "I love my friends...and family...and clients...and my work."  Alicia then said, well it sounds like you DO like your life and there may just be an area that's out of integrity.  What area is that?

4. If you're experiencing LESS THAN (fabulous) you may want to consider what's out of integrity.  What has gone unaddressed or unexpressed that has turned into a story that isn't true? What I was not addressing was my desire for intimacy (physical, sexual, and spiritual) with Matt.  I had been making attempts to express that but I realized those attempts were originating from a fear impulse.  Fear has the qualities of contraction, aggression, and manipulation/control.  In other words, I was approaching my request in a closed-off manner....even though I was asking for an open, loving experience.  Integrity, btw, is the alignment between your thoughts, words, and actions with your true essence, heart and soul (aka LOVE).  So what was out of integrity for me is pretty clear, huh? 

5. LOVE is the source of sustainable creation.  Are you creating from love or reacting out of fear?  Don't get me wrong, fear definitely manifests some stuff.  But it's usually the stuff you DON'T WANT.  Love is the true creator.  It's who we (and all of life) are at our core.  The love impulse contains qualities like openness, invitation, empathy, presence, peace and ease, and joy.  I don't know about you, but I sure do prefer to experience those qualities over the alternative.  And so I did.  The conversation that Matt and I had as a result of me doing this work was a breakthrough one.  We still have some work to do to fully honor each other in the relationship but with integrity, it will be much more powerful and creative rather than disempowering and reactive!

In conclusion, we are more likely to be in integrity when we are coming from love.  When our thoughts, words, and actions are aligned with our true essence, heart and soul--we are POWERFUL and CREATIVE.  We can trust our TRUTH, allow LOVE to guide us, and create what we DO want. Anytime you're having a "less than" experience challenge what you're calling the truth. Get curious about the supporting beliefs and question whether they're rooted in LOVE or FEAR.  If fear is motivating you, you're probably out of integrity.  Clear that up and the "less than" will magically (yes, magically!) turn into a "more than" experience!

If you want a judgement-free space to sift through your thoughts and feelings coaching can be an efficient and effective method for helping you get powerful and creative leading to YOUR 'more than" experience.  Call me for a complimentary 30-minute call to see how it works!

WITH HONOR, 

cd

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Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport

The Alchemy of Love

You come to us from another world;

From beyond the stars and a void of space

Transcendent, pure – of unimaginable beauty.

Bringing with You the essence of Love.

You transform all who are touched by You –

Mundane concerns, troubles and sorrows dissolve in Your presence

Bringing joy to ruler & ruled, to peasants and kings.

You bewilder us with Your grace;

All evil is transformed into goodness.

You are the Master Alchemist!

You light the fire of Love in earth & sky,

In heart & soul of every being.

Through Your loving, existence & non-existence merge –

All opposites unite –

All that is profane becomes sacred again.

~Rumi


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Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport

Just the Tip

I created the following in response to a coaching client who shared the biggest challenge she was facing with her partner on a daily basis.  They're both are under a lot of pressure at work and they have 3 kiddos.  The first face-to-face at the end of the day was getting to be too unbearable until we talked through this strategy. Now they have a 'way to be' with one another that supports their goal of a loving marriage and happy family. 

Here's a TIP for LOVERS who live together:
Create a "Venting Protocol". You know how sometimes at the end of a long day you come home from work, you're tired, stressed, frustrated and you walk into an even more chaotic space? Your partner has had a bad day and it seems like they're taking it out on you? -OR- You had a brilliant day and can't wait to share it with your lover, but they are in a pissy mood. Instead of allowing this dark energy to get the best of you, leading to an argument, ruining the rest of the day, give each other 3-5 minutes (no more) to VENT. One person asks the other, "Listening or Feedback?". and then...

Lovers, take a DEEP BREATH.

VENTER: Let it ALL out. Huff. Puff. Make faces. Release whatever has been nagging at you all day.

LISTENER: Be present and just listen. And at the end of 3-5 minutes (seriously, no more) give feedback if (and only if) requested.

Then SWITCH, if necessary.

Finally, take another DEEP BREATH (or 2 or 10). And move on.

The key here is if your lover has had a bad day and needs to get something off their chest, sometimes they JUST want to be HEARD. This is where you LISTEN and be PRESENT. Other times, they want to work through something. This is where you LISTEN, be PRESENT and give feedback.  Notice I didn't say try to FIX their situation.  Couples who can effectively support each other in times of challenge often do so by allowing for individual growth.  This comes from partners recognizing their strengths and abilities to be resourceful and creative.  Unless it's asked for, don't give your opinion.  Give your heartfelt compassion and presence.

Tweet: Having a Having a "Venting Protocol" in place allows for a conscious RESPONSE to your lover's fear/frustration, rather than an unconscious REACTION.

Try it on like a pair of fancy panties...if it's not a good fit, no worries! I'd love to hear what DOES WORK for ya!

P.S. If you'd like support overcoming a specific challenge (you know, the one you've been tolerating and can't seem to fix on your own) and reaching your objectives where you and your partner are once again on the same page, communicating effectively, and working as a cohesive team -- LET'S TALK.

My Vision

I envision a world where a DEEP UNDERSTANDING of our human nature allows us to open up to ourselves and others with EASE.  We connect to the GREAT LOVE that encourages us to tune into our masculine and feminine energies, LETTING GO at once of judgement and expectation, and we AUTHENTICALLY APPRECIATE the strength, beauty, sensuality, creativity, and INSANE FUCKING HARMONY of our breath, body, mind, and spirit.
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Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport

The Sexiest 3 Words a Man Can Say to a Woman

WOW.  THIS is powerful.  I read this article and was immediately connected to what I've been attempting to convey to my guy.  Yes, I can take care of myself.  Yes, I know he loves me and is always there for me.  But my experience is that of always being the one who takes care of everything that is not his work. - www.besomebody.co   In other words, I feel as though I'm the one who's taking care of everything form groceries (and all other domestic responsibilities) to puppies to dinner dates to sexual satisfaction.  Sometimes I need to hear these 3 words.

Posted on October 27, 2014 by Bryan Reeves via thiswildwakingjourney.wordpress.com

“I love you.” (nope)

“You look beautiful.” (nope)

“Let’s go shopping!” (depends how you say it, but still, no)

“How’s your mother?” (no, this will just make her suspicious of you)

Those are all nice to say, and many women want to hear them from their partner; they like to feel cherished. But none of those by themselves will necessarily have her soften all warm-putty-like into your hairy masculine arms.

The three sexiest words I’m referring to speak to primal forces within both men and women. An archetypal trip wire, these eight letters strung together can trigger a man’s spine to straighten and make a woman swoon.

I wish I could say I figured this one out by myself, but a lady friend had to point this out. Once she did, I looked back to my own intimate relationships and saw overwhelming evidence for her case everywhere.

We were having coffee when she started telling me about her new boyfriend. He was refined and kind, loving and intelligent. He was a creative artist, and an accomplished one at that. She felt him a good man and she was happy. Then she told me about the first morning they woke up together, and that’s when she really lit up during our conversation.

She has a dog. Normally the dog gets her up early to go pee outside when she’s still in comatose denial of an outside world. On this particular morning, when the dog woke her up as usual, her new beau opened his eyes, looked at her and with nary a hesitation, issued the most magical three-word spell she could recall ever hearing from a man. She said these words slid from his masculine mouth smooth as a river stone and strong as steel (that’s my interpretation of what she said). She swooned. She relaxed. Under his sudden spell she felt herself completely protected and cherished by this man’s love.

“I got this.”

That’s what he said.


Read the Full Article HERE  It's the best thing I've read in a while.

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colette davenport

Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport

The Ancient Greeks' 6 Words for Love (And Why Knowing Them Can Change Your Life)

L.O. V. E.  My personal exploration of love has taken me to great depths and allows me to experience its many forms.  This article offers us the words to describe the different kinds of love.  I invite you to explore with me....

Looking for an antidote to modern culture's emphasis on romantic love? Perhaps we can learn from the diverse forms of emotional attachment prized by the ancient Greeks.

by Roman Krznaric


Today's coffee culture has an incredibly sophisticated vocabulary. Do you want a cappuccino, an espresso, a skinny latte, or maybe an iced caramel macchiato?

The ancient Greeks were just as sophisticated in the way they talked about love, recognizing six different varieties. They would have been shocked by our crudeness in using a single word both to whisper "l love you" over a candlelit meal and to casually sign an email "lots of love."

So what were the six loves known to the Greeks? And how can they inspire us to move beyond our current addiction to romantic love, which has 94 percent of young people hoping—but often failing—to find a unique soul mate who can satisfy all their emotional needs?

1. Eros, or sexual passion

The first kind of love was eros, named after the Greek god of fertility, and it represented the idea of sexual passion and desire. But the Greeks didn't always think of it as something positive, as we tend to do today. In fact, eros was viewed as a dangerous, fiery, and irrational form of love that could take hold of you and possess you—an attitude shared by many later spiritual thinkers, such as the Christian writer C.S. Lewis.

Eros involved a loss of control that frightened the Greeks. Which is odd, because losing control is precisely what many people now seek in a relationship. Don't we all hope to fall "madly" in love?

2. Philia, or deep friendship

The second variety of love was philia or friendship, which the Greeks valued far more than the base sexuality of erosPhilia concerned the deep comradely friendship that developed between brothers in arms who had fought side by side on the battlefield. It was about showing loyalty to your friends, sacrificing for them, as well as sharing your emotions with them. (Another kind of philia, sometimes called storge, embodied the love between parents and their children.)

We can all ask ourselves how much of this comradely philia we have in our lives. It's an important question in an age when we attempt to amass "friends" on Facebook or "followers" on Twitter—achievements that would have hardly impressed the Greeks.

3. Ludus, or playful love

This was the Greeks' idea of playful love, which referred to the affection between children or young lovers. We've all had a taste of it in the flirting and teasing in the early stages of a relationship. But we also live out our ludus when we sit around in a bar bantering and laughing with friends, or when we go out dancing.

Dancing with strangers may be the ultimate ludic activity, almost a playful substitute for sex itself. Social norms may frown on this kind of adult frivolity, but a little more ludus might be just what we need to spice up our love lives.

4. Agape, or love for everyone

The fourth love, and perhaps the most radical, was agape or selfless love. This was a love that you extended to all people, whether family members or distant strangers. Agape was later translated into Latin as caritas, which is the origin of our word "charity."

C.S. Lewis referred to it as "gift love," the highest form of Christian love. But it also appears in other religious traditions, such as the idea of mettā or "universal loving kindness" in Theravāda Buddhism.

There is growing evidence that agape is in a dangerous decline in many countries. Empathy levels in the U.S. have declined sharply over the past 40 years, with the steepest fall occurring in the past decade. We urgently need to revive our capacity to care about strangers.

5. Pragma, or longstanding love

Another Greek love was the mature love known as pragma. This was the deep understanding that developed between long-married couples.

Pragma was about making compromises to help the relationship work over time, and showing patience and tolerance.

The psychoanalyst Erich Fromm said that we expend too much energy on "falling in love" and need to learn more how to "stand in love." Pragma is precisely about standing in love—making an effort to give love rather than just receive it. With about a third of first marriages in the U.S. ending through divorce or separation in the first 10 years, the Greeks would surely think we should bring a serious dose of pragma into our relationships.

6. Philautia, or love of the self

The Greek's sixth variety of love was philautia or self-love. And the clever Greeks realized there were two types. One was an unhealthy variety associated with narcissism, where you became self-obsessed and focused on personal fame and fortune. A healthier version enhanced your wider capacity to love.

The idea was that if you like yourself and feel secure in yourself, you will have plenty of love to give others (as is reflected in the Buddhist-inspired concept of "self-compassion"). Or, as Aristotle put it, "All friendly feelings for others are an extension of a man's feelings for himself."

The ancient Greeks found diverse kinds of love in relationships with a wide range of people—friends, family, spouses, strangers, and even themselves. This contrasts with our typical focus on a single romantic relationship, where we hope to find all the different loves wrapped into a single person or soul mate. The message from the Greeks is to nurture the varieties of love and tap into its many sources. Don't just seek eros, but cultivate philiaby spending more time with old friends, or develop ludus by dancing the night away.

Moreover, we should abandon our obsession with perfection. Don't expect your partner to offer you all the varieties of love, all of the time (with the danger that you may toss aside a partner who fails to live up to your desires). Recognize that a relationship may begin with plenty of eros and ludus, then evolve toward embodying more pragma or agape.

The diverse Greek system of loves can also provide consolation. By mapping out the extent to which all six loves are present in your life, you might discover you've got a lot more love than you had ever imagined—even if you feel an absence of a physical lover.

It's time we introduced the six varieties of Greek love into our everyday way of speaking and thinking. If the art of coffee deserves its own sophisticated vocabulary, then why not the art of love?


Roman Krznaric is an Australian cultural thinker and cofounder of The School of Life in London. This article is based on his new book, How Should We Live? Great Ideas from the Past for Everyday Life (BlueBridge). His website is www.romankrznaric.com and he tweets @romankrznaric.

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Colette Davenport helps healers, empaths, and creatives get their magic back. By ending their secret addictions and self-sabotage, clients gain the clarity, confidence, and direction to take their lives to a whole other dimension. Colette is an international coach and speaker, a published author, and the founder of Badass Empath Academy, the school for gifted people.

“Over the course of 25 years, I've had the honor of helping people heal themselves of chronic illness, reestablish intimacy in sexless marriages, turn struggling businesses into profit-generating ones, and leave the 'safe' job (or relationship) they loathed for a life they LOVED. This is my calling.” — Colette Davenport