About Dr. Erica Goodstone

Dr. Erica Goodstone is a Spiritual Relationship Healing Expert helping men and women heal their bodies and their relationships through love. Having presented her comprehensive relationship healing programs throughout the U.S. and Canada over several decades, she has helped literally 1000’s of men and women to heal through learning how to love. Dr. Erica believes “Where There is Love There IS a Way”. When you love, accept, listen and pay attention to your body, trust your own sense of what you truly desire, and strive to understand, appreciate and really know the other people in your life, anything and everything is possible.

How Big Are Your Dreams?

Do you have big, bodacious dreams bogged down by a hefty amount of fear?

Follow Your Dreams

As one of my favorite relationship coaches, Hedy Schleifer explains, “Fear is excitement without breath!”

Read to the bottom of this blog post for a list of questions to ask yourself about your accomplishments, successes and gratitudes for 2017 and what you are allowing and manifesting for 2018.

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7 Reasons The Holidays Are NOT FUN!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Most people love the holidays. We have so many reasons to be joyful. It is a special time of year when people who are self-centered, negative and difficult are somehow transformed by the loving spirit of giving. Or so the media likes to make us think. But as we scan our Facebook pages and see all the happy individuals, couples and families, we may feel a nagging pain in our gut reminding us that all that glitters may not be gold. Others may have it all during this happy season – or maybe it is all a big show.

Can you use some nurturing love this holiday season?

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What Do Women Want?

Women are not all the same.  We come from different families, different cultures and we all have our own unique genetic makeup.  Our life experiences, environment and personal perceptions affect what happens to us and how we respond.  However, we do have some things in common Continue reading

Meeting the Enemy – Becoming Friends

Fighting the Enemy

 

This post was inspired by an article I read in Family Therapy Magazine. The title was: “Moral Injury Among Combat Veterans: A Healing Journey Through Vietnam” by Sebastian Perumbilly, Ph.D. Growing up in the 1960’s and 1970’s, I was always fascinated with stories about Vietnam, how soldiers imprisoned in a hole in the ground, tortured by sadistic prison guards, or terrified of stepping on an explosive land mine, managed to survive. Continue reading