Self Love

Living and growing up in a close-knit community in Lebanon, I grew up seeing my mom selflessly caring, sacrificing and compromising her needs to the benefit of everyone else in our family. Being the only daughter in the house, and having my mom as my role model, I always felt that “that was the norm”.…

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Professional

What is your passion? What moves you as a professional? I was always a dynamic person who felt capable and productive. A professional who was delighted to work for the company she was proud of. A woman who enjoyed dressing up, wearing makeup and heels, doing hairstyles, yet someone who felt confident in her uniform.…

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complex need children

Being a parent is hard. Being a parent to a child with extra care is extra hard. My whole coaching journey began after a personal experience, that opened my eye to the fact that parents with complex-needs children are in dire need for support. As we raise our children, we tend to focus on their…

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Conquering Stress

Overwhelm and Stress as the New Normal Over the years, you have probably done substantial work to develop your leadership style and skills to lead teams and organizations in a highly demanding environment. You know what it takes to be responsible and responsive continuously to the demands of your professional and personal life. You are…

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thrive as a couple

When I decided to become an Intimacy coach based in Beirut, I tried to weigh all the pros and cons I could think of. The ability to pursue a career I am extremely passionate about and to feel a sense of mission driving my life won by far every time over the risks, critics, and…

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Healthy Relationships

In the last decade, we tried to break out of this ready-made image of “this is a man’s thing,” “that is a woman’s,” “marriage,” “this is it,” “one partner…,” and this has been exciting…to an extent. True, we needed to explore ourselves and others in different forms of authenticity, but in the meantime, what failed…

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Trauma

Trauma is not only the result of frightening and upsetting events. It can occur from an ongoing exposure to abuse, neglect, homelessness, domestic violence, or rough communities throughout their early years of development, which leads to serious learning and behavioral problems. In fact, children, or adolescents, don’t have the required skills to cope or manage…

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Change

Words that Change Minds – Mastering the Language of Influence Influence perspectives for positive decision making, leading to cognitive processing that’s flexible, innovative, creative, and efficient. These cognitive effects lead to helping, generosity, interpersonal understanding, positive implications and overall employee satisfaction. Encourage change and acceptance in the workplace with language that influences Whether it’s a…

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Emotional Intelligence

Since Intelligence quotient or IQ and learning skills are never enough unless we have understood the importance of being able to manage our characters and our relationships with others, being aware of our Emotional Intelligence is a must to succeed in at all the different areas of our lives, on all personal, social, or professional…

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Leadership Etiquette

Nowadays more than ever, women are occupying leadership positions at work or in committees. When in a Leadership position, you definitely have some skills and traits that people look up to. It’s no coincidence that you may be a role model for others, and you probably apply many etiquette rules throughout your life, unknowingly even. Proper etiquette is essential…

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