Washington, DC, November 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- As Donna Marie Thompson's special guest on the Bouncing Back Now show on the Real Coaching Radio TV Network, Dr. Wendy Lyon captivated viewers with tips on how to avoid three common relationship mistakes. Dr. Lyon stressed that clarity is an essential element in starting a new, healthy relationship.
As relationship advice, Dr. Lyon indicated that: “The first relationship mistake is not letting go of the past. Your past interferes with your future. The sooner you let go of the past – the sooner your new life begins.”
Dr. Lyon continued: “The second mistake is not knowing yourself. If you don’t know who you are and what you really want, you will be at a major disadvantage to achieving clarity in your personal development and in a new dating relationship. Don't repeat the same relationship problems.”
According to Dr. Lyon, “The third mistake is not having a relationship plan. The plan can includes where you go to meet people, when you go, what filters you set up to screen people in and out, your vision, and your values. Make it part of a goal setting exercise.”
Dr. Lyon advised all "to work on these three areas to build a healthy relationship next time around."
For more information on Dr. Wendy Lyon visit: http://www.MyTrueLovePath.com
For more information on Donna Marie Thompson visit: http://www.BouncingBackNow.com
For more information on the Real Coaching Radio TV Network and the Bouncing Back Now show visit: http://www.realcoachingradio.net/content/bouncing-back-now.
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Donna Marie Thompson, PhD – The Bouncing Back Now Relationship Coach – is a Certified Professional Coach, a Certified NLP Practitioner, and a Master Practitioner of the Energy Leadership Index. Donna Marie is listed as one of America’s Premier Experts in relationships and personal development. She is the host of the “Bouncing Back Now” show on BlogTalkRadio and on the Real Coaching Radio/TV network. Donna Marie was interviewed by Brian Tracy for the Brian Tracy TV show for ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and CNN affiliates around the county.