BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


I remind myself often that when other’s speak or act unkindly towards me, it reflects their own inner battle, and I choose not to take it personally. Instead, I offer empathy and compassion as I recall my own inner battles that which years ago robbed me of experiencing joy and love until I chose to create change.

I rest in the realization that others words and actions are not about me, but how they are feeling about themselves. I pray for their peace.

Love is the antidote.“

Love, Wendy

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“I have learned never to waste one minute of my precious energy trying to communicate with one who lacks self awareness and self regulation. And further, I observe others who have the awareness and still choose to close their eyes, put their hands over their ears and choose not to communicate. To them I say, “I do not engage in a monologue.”

I know who I am… I know what I want…I choose my company.”

Love, Wendy

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“When I begin to feel unwell I will remember to pause, and to love myself even harder. I will ask for support because I deserve to feel well.

I will remind myself that I too, was a victim of circumstances beyond my control, and that I did my very best with what I knew at that time. No judgement…no shame.

No more apologies. I release this burden that was dropped onto my shoulders.

Today I choose to live and thrive in wellness. Sometimes day by day, sometimes moment by moment, and sometimes…

I just pause.”

Love, Wendy

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“Of course the words “you are not alone” sound nice in theory to those who live alone, to those who have no family for one reason or another, or to those living with a mental health disorder/illness.

I know from experience in my own life, and from my work in the mental health field that when we say “you are not alone,” we have to be diligent and proactive not only in the words that we say but in the actions that we take, ongoing, to support those who truly ARE alone…to those who have nobody to share their emotions with or to express their feelings whether it is a celebration or a challenging time.

It is not a “one and done,” and it is not choosing when we can fit it in…it is a commitment of connection and to offering our time, with boundaries, of course, where we are a loving and compassionate presence as we take on a role of a “WELLNESS PROVIDER.”

We practice self care each day which realigns our body, mind and spirit so that we can achieve our own power, and thrive in joy, wellness and blessings, and subsequently offer guidance to others in achieving theirs.”

Love, Wendy

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“A loving partner whose desire is to achieve spiritual connectedness is available unconditionally to their partner body, mind and spirit.

When one needs a soft place to fall, regardless of what they themselves are experiencing, they selflessly offer that safe space to communicate where their partner experiences empathy, patience and feels loved and heard.

When we offer our partner love and support, fully present, although we may be struggling, we are deeply engaged in a true spiritual meaning of love.

Give away what you yourself need. It will always give back.

I am you…you are me.”

Love, Wendy



“A man who constantly and tirelessly seeks the approval and attention of strangers from an outside unknown and inauthentic platform is trying to fill an empty void. That void is a deep black hole with no bottom or ceiling.

Unless one goes within to heal and to do the work where he finds that validation and love within himself, he will continue to go without.

A man without God in his spirit, in whatever way one chooses to believe and to trust, is empty…hollow, and ego is his only guide.

You can speak with stubborn conviction all the right words on your platform built on your “truth,” but your words are deafening to those of us who know the “truth.” And, your actions are equally empty. The “Universe” always speaks the TRUTH.”

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


Today I choose to allow myself a full day of self reflection, time to consider new proposals, time to listen to Spirit’s guidance, meditation, and just being in a quiet space. Today, I recognize what I need to be well, body, mind and spirit.

I go within…I achieve wellness through self care.

“Self care is the actions that we take to achieve wellness and wellness is where we stand in our power.”

Love, Wendy