Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Dear Sybersue discusses traveling with your partner before you make any big relationship commitments!
It's a really big deal to compromise on any travel arrangements and have the talk before you pack those suitcases! What are your fears, boundaries or quirks that you need to discuss?
Please comment under this post to help others get through those tough first vacations together!
What tips do you have?
Susan McCord @ The Dear Sybersue Talk Show
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Dear Sybersue answers another popular question on her advice column. Niki wants to know why her boyfriend of 6 months hasn't told her he loves her yet? They are together all the time and things seem to be going great but he hasn't said those magic words she wants to hear!
Why hasn't he? Is Niki being impatient?
What do you think?
Susan McCord @ The Dear Sybersue Talk Show
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Monday, April 10, 2017
DISCOVERING YOUR "FLAWSOME" WORKSHOPS IN VANCOUVER MAY 2016
I am very happy to be one of the speakers at this women's empowerment workshop! You are beautiful just the way you are but there is always room to learn more about yourself and add a little diversity to your life.
When we are authentic to who we truly are and are proud of who we are, things seem to flow & make a lot more sense. It's never too late to be an even better you! Sometimes our life journey takes a few twists & turns that knock us on our butt; but that only means we are meant to be on a much better path. We are supposed to move on. 💗sybersue
Are you asking yourself what next? If I am so wonderful, why am I not feeling happy? Perhaps you are pondering where do I want to go in the next twenty years.
Then this workshop is for You!
You will identify:
Who am I?
Who do I want to be?
What barriers am I facing?
What is my plan of action?
The workshops will lead you through the process of reconnecting with yourself while providing information and support so you can implement and integrate action plans. Live life fully and embrace your flawsome!
8 Reasons to Attend:
1. 4 accomplished speakers will share their story to motivate & inspire you on your journey
2. Three different days: Monday or Wednesday 4 week series, Saturday full day
3. Experiential work led by Janyse Hrynkow, MA CCC Psychotherapist
4. Affordable: $199.00 for the 4 week series OR $250.00 for the Saturday
5. Vancouver locations with parking & transit accessible: ROAM Gallery at City Square & Tug Boat Landing on Kent Street
6. Light refreshments included with lunch provided on Saturday
7. Time to meet and mingle with new acquaintances with a similar goal
8. A renewed sense of you and an action plan
Co-Sponsor: ah ha solutions
Co-Sponsor: ah ha solutions
Discover Our Amazing And Accomplished Speakers:
- Linda Chu, Productivity & Professional Organizer Expert
Focused on working with corporations, entrepreneurs, and individuals, Linda assists clients to clear overflowing piles of information and possessions, streamline processes and procedures, and develop systems to get organized and stay organized.
- Winnie Furber CCDP. Facilitator – Employment Counselor
Helping people get where they want to be as they move forward through the hardest times of their lives, including job loss, career transition and professional reconnecting to the world of work, Winnie believes life is about thriving not surviving!
- Tetyana Golota, Mrs. BC Globe, Designer, Director SheTalks
Blessed with the “Best Brain Tumor” Tetyana feels she has been given a second chance and shares a powerful message. Your life may not be perfect, but whatever obstacles you are facing, the joy of living is paramount, so choose it.
- Janyse Hrynkow MA, Moderator, Psychotherapist
A psychotherapist, trainer and speaker, Janyse works in the corporate and public sector. In private practice, she consults and counsels individual, families, children and groups. She has implemented many seminars and courses dealing with the dynamics of the human experience..
- Susan McCord, Relationship Talk Show Host & Author
Susan is best known for hosting a relationship talk show for an International audience on YouTube. “The Dear Sybersue Talk Show” with over 1.5 million views. She is a guest blogger and appears on TV including CBC news, TorontoNewsTalk1010, Sexat11 RogersTV Toronto, The Love Channel, Trying to be Good RoundHouse Radio and The Lynda Steele Show CKNW.
- Melody Ann Owen, Author, Mentor & Educator
Leveraging all of her education and experience, Melody Ann helps bloggers, entrepreneurs and other professionals to plan, write, produce and market books increasing their success. She started an online directory, blogs and writes books to support better living.
- Krys Pappius, Co-Active Life Coach
Twenty years in law enforcement, a significant motor vehicle incident in the line of duty jolted Krys awake in her own life. Now retired and a professional co-active life coach, she empowers people undergoing transitions in life and/or career, self-image, and grief.
- Diane Rolston, Coach and Author
Helping high achieving women go from overwhelmed to clear and confident, Diane coaches women to push past limitations and succeed with their career, business, family, relationships, and personal achievements. Her training and books encourage women to stop being superwomen and be free.
- Robbin Whachell, Publicist, Writer, Photojournalist
Co-founder and editor of one of The Bahamas’ leading news sites, TheBahamasWeekly.com, Robin is a successful entrepreneur, a pioneer in online marketing, a recognized media personality and a community builder. She is known for her networking, mentoring and social media skills.
- Marilyn Wilson, Author, Editor, Social Media Marketer
Author of “Life Outside the Box” with more books underway, Marilyn specializes in interviewing and telling people’s stories. Recognized for her passion and dedication to the fashion community, she received the 2017 Vancouver Fashion Week Ambassador Award.
- Sandra Yuen MacKay, Artist, Author, Public Speaker
A visual artist, Sandra also published “My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery from Mental Illness” and “Chop Shtick“. She is an advocate and spokesperson on mental health issues and appears in “Psychopia” a short documentary directed by Ali Virk about her journey of recovery.
Please go to Original Post to Register: https://atfortyfive.com/finding-flawsome-workshops/
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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Dear Sybersue does something a little out of the box today and talks about her own relationship.
How do you make a partnership work when you both enjoy different activities? Opposites attract but seldom stay together. So can you compromise and make it work as a couple?
Embrace the differences that you both bring to the relationship! Who knows you may try something new and enjoy it!
Susan McCord @ Facebook/dearsybersue
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Sunday, March 19, 2017
Dear Sybersue answers a viewers question about how to avoid running into her Ex on a regular basis! She is really trying to move on from him but seeing her ex so often makes it very difficult.
It keeps playing with her emotions and brings up unanswered questions that she thought she was getting past. It is like stripping off the band-aid too soon and re-opening the scar! Even at times when she thinks she is really over him and is feeling good about things, seeing him breaks her heart all over again.
What should she do? Has this happened to you?
Please leave your comments to help others get through a difficult break up.
Susan McCord @ facebook/dearsybersue
The Dear Sybersue Relationship Talk Show
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Ladies I started a Meetup Group about 6 months ago in Vancouver which you may be interested in if you are single and trying to get over a past relationship. It is open to women of all ages!
Newly Single WOMEN -Vancouver (New Singles/Divorced/Getting over a Breakup)
The Second Tuesday of Every Month 2017
1759 West Broadway (Burrard), Kitsilano Vancouver, BC
Ladies, have you recently become single? Are you going through a separation or divorce? Are you having a hard time getting over your previous relationship? Are you stuck in a pattern that isn't working?
Regardless of which scenario you are dealing with, this is one of the most difficult times that you will live in your life. Heartbreak is painful and the grieving period can last a long while without any support to help you through it.
There are so many emotions that take over and impede us from moving on; plus we tend to stop ourselves from sharing how we really feel with others, which keeps us in our head blaming ourselves.
This women's meetup group is set up to create a safe, nonjudgmental space to share with each other and offers an opportunity to speak to a professional who works in solving these types of issues every day.
At every event, we’ll hold an informal & fun get-together where we’ll share our top tips to release your emotions, as well as ways to deal with the initial wave of loneliness. It is an important part of healing to feel safe, validated and have the freedom to discuss your personal thoughts.
This is a place for you to safely interact among others who understand what you are going through because they may be dealing with the same experience. You are not alone.
Who is the Group Organizer:
Susan McCord (Known to many as Dear Sybersue) who has 18,800 followers on her blog and over 1.5 million views on her YouTube Talk Show has devoted her career to helping others find happiness. Everyone deserves love in their life! Over the past decade she has established a stellar reputation as a sought-after relationship expert, advice columnist, published author, blogger & life coach.
Susan has been there done that and has so many t-shirts she could open a store! She is here to share her story and life's trials and tribulations with anyone who needs her wisdom. She makes you think! You can learn more about her at sybersue.com and facebook.com/DearSybersue
We invite you to bring your questions so that we’re able to answer anything you want to talk about during the meetup.
Please RSVP within the group here on the Meetup site so we know how many women will be joining us and out of respect for my time and our chosen venue so they have the correct reservation numbers.
***When you RSVP, PLEASE show up and don't bail at the last minute as we do have a numbers limit at these meetups. Please order something at the restaurant even if it is just a drink as they are giving us their time & space for those two hours.***
Please click on this link to go directly to the Meetup Group to join and RSVP!
Thank you very much and I look forward to meeting you!
How do I find A Boyfriend in Vancouver? Original question on Quora
This is the big question in Vancouver! Brad is so right that you have to be friendly and talk to people all the time, and not just guys you might be interested in dating. The happier you appear and the more receptive you are to meeting new people, the more you will be noticed.
Vancouver is a transient place and can feel very isolating at times, but you can break through with a little effort. I agree with John that meetup groups in Vancouver are a great place to socialize. I belong to a few myself and also run my own group as well.
The big trick is not to fall into the trap that many men & women do in this city by complaining how hard it is to meet someone here. If everyone changed up their attitude and said hi to one another, things would turn around in the dating scene. Keep smiling and don’t get frustrated. Believe in love and you will find it. <3 Susan McCord The Dear Sybersue Talk Show