Learn the 5 Steps to Receive
What You Truly Want and Need.

Create the Relationship You Desire and Deserve

No two relationships are alike.
If you take a moment to tell me about yours,
I can offer you solutions to help you
make the changes you need now.


Do you want a better relationship?

Whether you decide to stay or go, you have to get to a place of compassion. You have to get to a place where you

  • can really relate to each other with respect, with kindness, with empathy,
  • where you really listen to what's underneath the anger that your partner might be showing you.
  • You really understand the hurt and the fear and the sadness, and
  • you really open your heart to empathize even if you've done it many times before.

As you give empathy, it enriches you no matter what your partner is going to do.

Compassionate Meditation® is helpful even if it's just you who learns this process.

I have shared this process with an individual who's come to my office confused about what to do to help their relationship.

I've shared it with couples that, one wants to stay and the other one wants to go. And that happens a lot of times.

And I've used it in mediation for divorce as well.

The first step is to come from your BEST SELF.

The second step, create a compassionate relationship. Practice the miracle of empathy, where you start talking about what you want with “I” messages instead of talking about your judgments with “you” messages.

Being able to talk with empathy means you have to have the five steps  to receive what you want and need.

And those 5 steps are

  1. you have to know what you want and need.
  2. You have to know you deserve it.
  3. You have to be willing to ask for it and
  4. ready to receive it and
  5. stay grateful.

So know what you want. Know you deserve it.  Learn how to ask.  Be willing to receive and  stay grateful.

And that's a process because many times, we're in a relationship and we've spent our whole relationship taking care of other people. So we've lost sight of what we want and need.

Go back to that first step and nd out what makes you happy, and do that. Fill  up with self-love, and then you'll be more loving.

Take those five steps and you'll begin to think about what it is you want and share that with your partner instead of what you don't want.

I wrote the book to help you –  Compassionate Mediation® for Relationships at a Crossroad: How to Add Passion to Your Marriage or Compassion to Your Divorce.


You can heal and transform your relationship from your highest and best SELF for the benefit of all concerned. You can learn more and find healing with my Compassionate Mediation Program available now.

Compassionate Mediation® is a transformational process of conflict resolution that will help you add passion to your marriage or compassion to your divorce. .

If you are a professional – therapist, mediator, attorney, coach, counselor or clergy – who wants to learn how to offer this process to your clients, please get your FREE Roadmap and Video HERE

"I’ve experienced significant improvements in my relationship with my husband and children."


"I learned there could be a Compassionate Divorce."


“We’re building an entirely new marriage.”


“Linda guided us mindfully through the impact of divorce."


“I came to Linda seeking mediated divorce documents and came out with nothing but peace and hope."


“I am breaking free from destructive patterns.”


“Linda helped me love all ‘Parts’ of my SELF!”


“With Linda’s caring guidance, I moved forward with peace and strength.”


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