Fall Tune-Up Special – Improve Your Personal Relationships

Could your “little habits” be eliminating your chances for a second date?

  • Are you always late?
  • Do you interrupt your date when he or she is talking?
  • Do you go on and on a  about past relationships that didn’t work?

Then maybe it’s time for a “Personal Relationship Tune-Up! ”  The holidays and the New Year are right around the corner. If you want to meet someone new this season, put your best foot forward – there’s no time to lose!

My Special 30-Day Fall Tune-Up Offer Includes:

  • Free 30 minute coaching session to identify habits you’d like change and improve in our coaching sessions.
  • Three one-hour coaching sessions by phone to get rid of those BAD habits!
  • Learn how to make new choices to overcome your old habits.
  • Receive tips to practice that will reinforce your new choices.
  • Weekly motivational messages to keep you focused and on track.

As a result you will:

  • Feel better about yourself
  • Speak and act more confident
  • Treat yourself better and your new friends will too!

This fantastic Fall Tune-up offer is only $297! Act fast this offer is only good until 10-31. You must be enrolled in the program by the end of October to take advantage of this great opportunity because the holidays are almost here!

Let this season be the one where you have that special someone to enjoy the Colorado outdoors, go to parties with and watch the Broncos remain undefeated! Register for this Fall Tune-Up here

Tips For Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Summer is the perfect time to let go of your standard life programming, meaning you may have gotten yourself into some habits or ruts that keep you safe and comfortable. I recommend that you stretch yourself and do things you may not normally do.  Lighten-up, have fun, and enjoy yourself!

Stepping out of your comfort zone can feel a little scary or uncomfortable. That’s ok it’s suppose to. Just take it one-step at a time. Here are some tips to get started.

1.  Be willing to experience the unexpected. When a friend invites you to do something– like a party with other people you may not know – say ‘yes!’ You never know who you are going to meet and connect with, or develop a new friendship.

  1. If you want to date let yourself feel self-assured and take off the pressure. Practice smiling to people – anywhere. In the grocery story, going for a walk, or at work. This simple process is uplifting for you and others. You’ll feel lighter and more joyful.
  1. Breathe in the goodness of you! Do some journaling about those things that you like about yourself. Your kind, generous, treat yourself and others respectfully etc.. . This will help you to maintain a positive mindset.
  1. If you are ready to date – be flirtatious! Allow yourself to have fun and not take dating seriously. Picture this as a “sampler” or taste-testing. See who’s out there. This will help you to determine what you like and what you don’t like about someone. No need for “serious”, just be delighted!
  1. Everyone is attractive in his or her own way, let your own light shine. Express yourself and relish the new experiences that you are creating.


Lack of Self-Love

It’s hard to feel good about yourself when you are always doubting your choices isn’t it. Lots of us have a really strong self-critic who seems to convince us that we are worthless and no good. Nothing can be further from the truth. You are not worthless you are a beautiful child of God who is loved unconditionally no matter how badly you perceive that you have screwed up.
Did you treat someone badly? Someone you love? Someone you don’t really know? Yourself?  All of your choices were reactions and reflections of what is going on inside of you. Things like feelings of insecurity and not loving yourself very much. Do you feel guilty when you have lashed out or were harsh to someone else?  Yes most of us do. Guilt is our ego mind keeping us stuck and small, and keeps us in the circle of self-punishment.  Here is what self-punishment is:  SELF PUNISHMENT= LACK OF SELF LOVE.
How do you get to that place of letting go of insecurities and those things that you don’t like about yourself? How do you build self-confidence? You start by being vigilant in managing your thoughts. So instead of “I screwed up again.” You can start with “I am loving.” “I am loving to myself and all others today.”  When you set your intention at the beginning of the day in love, it will help you to stay aware of your thoughts and managing them to be more positive and loving for you and others throughout your day.  This consistent practice will create a shift in your perception and awareness from negative to positive.
If you would like to learn more tools about building your self-confidence go to this link for more information on my upcoming workshop: 3 Keys To Building Self-Confidence.

For The One I Love (here or on the way)

Love_heartsHappy Valentine’s Day!

I wish you all love today! Those in relationship,  seeking a relationship or happily single.  Love starts with you by appreciating yourself, your gifts and talents, by choosing positive thoughts and expressing positive thoughts to yourself and others.   It takes real intention and focus to practice the positive.  You can do this by being kind to yourself and having compassion for yourself when you mess up.  It happens.  We don’t have to dwell on it – we can let go and forgive ourselves.  Practice compassion.

This holds true for how you treat your partner as well.  If you are seeking a partner by practicing these actions now for yourself you will automatically treat your new partner in that same respectful way.  Do you think that will be appreciated by this new person in your life? Absolutely! Lay the ground work now.  And will your current partner appreciate this – most definitely! Relationships are a work in progress and we can always make new choices.

I wanted to share a lovely poem/prayer by Marianne Williamson from her book Enchanted Love.

(for women) Dear God,

I pray today for the one I love. I pray to see her tenderness, I pray to see her innocence and I pray that she’ll see mine. I pray that she be surrounded by light, that your angels come and bless her. I pray that she’ll be happy and her heart be filled with love. I pray that I might be to her a man who honors and adores her. Her gladdened heart is joy to me.

Thank you God. Amen

(for men)

Dear God,

I pray today for the one I love. I pray to see his tenderness, I pray to see his innocence and I pray that he’ll see mine. I pray that he be surrounded by light, that your angels come and bless him. I pray that he’ll be happy and his heart be filled with love. I pray that I might be to him a woman who honors and adores him. His gladdened heart is joy to me. Thank you God. Amen

And I like to add  ” I love him/her.  And I love myself.”  And so it is.

This is the month of love, I’m sharing my love with others with joyful smiles where ever I go. How can you share your love with others?

Regina Sisco is a Spiritual Life Coach & Divine Matchmaker her website is www.reginasisco.com.  You can check out her Valentine’s intuitive reading special at http://lifestreamholisticcoaching.weebly.com/valentine.html. She is also the radio show host of Shining Bright on Voiceamerica.com. You can listen to her archived shows at http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1986/shining-bright 

The Decree (Prayer) of Abundance

From The Light of God that I Am.
From The Love of God that I Am.
From The Power of God that I Am.
From The Heart of God that I Am.

I Decree-

I dwell in the midst of Infinite Abundance. The Abundance of God is my Infinite Source.

The River of Life never stops flowing. It flows through me into lavish expression. Good comes to me through unexpected avenues and God works in a myriad of ways to bless me.

I now open my mind to receive my good. Nothing is too good to be true. Nothing is too wonderful to have happen. With God as my Source, nothing amazes me.

I Am not burdened by thoughts of past or future. One is gone. The other is yet to come.

By the power of my belief, coupled with my purposeful fearless actions and my deep rapport with God, my future is created and my abundance made manifest.

I ask and accept that I am lifted in this and every moment into Higher Truth. My mind is quiet.

From this day forward I give freely and fearlessly into life and Life gives back to me with magnificent increase. Blessings come in expected and unexpected ways. God provides for me in wondrous ways.

I AM indeed grateful. And I let it be so.
(Author Unknown)


Lack of Self-worth

Today I want to share a video with you on Self-Worth or really I mean lack of self-worth. Most every human has some feelings of not feeling good enough, worthy enough or deserving. It’s not the truth. This is our ego, who loves us and is trying to protect us in some way from being hurt. This however, keeps us separate from our infinite connection to the Creator where we are one and whole and tied to the entire universe. This separateness, which can feel like emptiness or longing, is our desire to truly believe we are connected to our higher selves and the Creator (or whatever term works for you). We want to be able to feel that unconditional love because we haven’t found it within ourselves yet. So we seek outside ourselves in a variety of relationships or hobbies. Look no further. Look in the mirror and love that precious being who is looking back at you with all your heart.  Do it every day and soon you will never feel alone or separate again. It is your job to love yourself fully.  If you don’t, how will anyone else?
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Regina Sisco is a Relationship Wellness Expert and national internet Radio Show Host of Shining Bright on VoiceAmerica.com. For more information go to her website atwww.reginasisco.com and to listen to her radio show go to http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1986/shining-bright

Are You Ready To Date?

After a major break-up or divorce it takes time to heal and regain your equilibrium.  Many of my clients tell me that they want to be in a relationship again or be married again soon after the relationship has ended.  That’s a pleasant idea for down the road… but not too soon.

It’s important to give yourself time to heal and give yourself some perspective on what really happened.  He left you, you left him, and life goes on right? Yes it certainly does but what about the quality of your life?  What about the quality of your future relationship(s)?  That should matter to you.  We all know women and men who seem to hop from one relationship to the next without giving themselves time to assess—to really look at what worked and what didn’t work in the relationship.

We all have behavior patterns that are healthy and some that are not healthy at all, especially when it comes to relationships. Here are a few questions to reflect on:

–         Do you date the same type of person over and over?

–         How do you expect to be treated?

–         What do you want out of the relationship?

If you are ready for a committed relationship these things are important to consider.  What do you really want out of a relationship? Fun? Sex? Companionship?  Do you want commitment, intimacy, mutual support, respect and deep love?  If you do you have now just crossed over the line into work and commitment in the relationship to have that true divine union, trust, love, intimacy, and joy. It takes work, you have to know yourself and what you truly want in a relationship. It takes a mutual exchange and a mutual level of commitment – that give and take to support each other in your own individual growth and then as a couple.

The “knowing who you are and what you want” is critical. Women can sometimes loose themselves in the relationship and in their partner and no longer know who they are.  Before dating, be prepared– really to do your homework. There is nothing more important than your personal happiness!


Regina Sisco is a Relationship Wellness Expert and national internet Radio Show Host of Shining Bright on VoiceAmerica.com. For more information go to www.lifestreamholisticcoaching.com

Trusting Your Self

What’s the value of trusting yourself?  You trust your decisions, your confidence level is higher…what else?

What happens when you don’t trust yourself?  You can make rash decisions, or poor decisions, and you may end up getting mad at yourself or criticizing your decision.  Then what happens? That downward spiral of negative self talk, not feeling good about yourself or your choices, and the big one– not loving yourself happens.

How can you fix this or shift this downward spiral of not trusting yourself?  First, give yourself time to breathe before making decisions. Most of us are usually in a rush, what’s the quick action so I can move on to the next thing? And we are becoming so trained to have an immediate response with the internet, texting, social media etc…  We really forget to just slow down for a few moments and breathe.  Your choices are important – they impact the quality of your life and your relationship with yourself.

Second, place a higher value on your quality of life.  As you are giving yourself a few minutes to breathe before making a choice, you might realize you don’t know what you want to do. In that instance my motto is “do nothing.”  Give yourself sometime to let more information and clarity come to you. Go do something else. It doesn’t take that long maybe an hour, or a few days depending on how involved the situation is you are considering, but the clarity always comes. This results in you making a decision you feel good about that improves the quality of your life.

Third, giving yourself this time and space improves the relationship with yourself. You will be making better decisions and you will feel better about yourself.  Your confidence and self-esteem will grow—and best of all you will love yourself even more. That’s the goal – loving yourself even more and feeling full of your own self-love.  That’s what creates healthy relationships.  When each person loves themselves fully then there is not the expectation that “I need someone else to fill me up.”  The relationship or partnership is a compliment to you. The adventure is exploring how it is you compliment each other! Enjoy!

Regina Sisco is a Relationship Wellness Expert and national internet Radio Show Host of Shining Bright on VoiceAmerica.com. For more information go to www.lifestreamholisticcoaching.com


I have a client who wasn’t allowing herself to be treated respectfully in a relationship.  She thought she wasn’t good enough to have a man treat her well.  Since she didn’t value or respect herself, she sought men who treated her the same.  She became aware of her choices that she allowed men in, who in her words were “barely adequate.”  She realized that she viewed herself the same way and knew she had some inner work to do.

Why did she value herself so poorly?  She realized that the childhood abuse created many beliefs and programs that she wasn’t good enough or didn’t deserve much, and that’s how she began living her life. She didn’t deserve much, her own personal worth and value was low.  How did she begin to create the shift for herself?  She started letting go of the past by forgiving those in childhood and perhaps the tougher road of forgiving herself.

Then, I shared some techniques with her to help her release this old program of not valuing herself and to restore her self-esteem and self-respect.  She is fully aware now that her choices matter and that she matters.  When she settled based on past experiences she didn’t receive much.  Now as she is becoming more aware that she is not willing to settle with herself or in a relationship. She understands that she has more work to do.

She has a higher level of self-worth and wants to attract a better quality of life and men.  She respects herself more and sees that she is the driver and creator of her life. She is regaining her power and can now see the path before her.  She is reconnecting to her true self and beginning to allow self love in.

And take a deep breath- breathe that in-

Affirmations:  affirmations are positive statements to read and say outlook to help you maintain a positive outlook.

I know what it feels like to respect myself.  I am opening the door to self-love.


Regina Sisco is a Relationship Wellness Expert and national internet Radio Show Host of Shining Bright on VoiceAmerica.com. For more information go to www.lifestreamholisticcoaching.com

Laughter, Fun and Play

ImageI hope you are enjoying your summer!  Do you remember being a kid and how summers seemed to last forever?  Now as an adult they certainly seem to be zooming by!  I wanted to remind you how good laughter is for us, and sometimes how we might forget to laugh.  I find it amusing when I can laugh at myself for the some of the crazy things I decide to do like listening to my self-critic!  That’s always a good indicator to me, when my self-critic is talking loud, to step back and laugh with myself.  As adults we can all take “things” so seriously, it’s that reminder to have fun and play especially now in the summer.  Even when I’m not really sure what all those “things” are!

I love going for a hike and walking by water, it’s so refreshing and cleansing.  Breathing in fresh air, sitting by the water and enjoying nature.  This is one of my favorite things to do it’s relaxing, revitalizing and fun all in one visit.

It’s important to take time for self-rejuvenation, and being out in nature is one of the best ways to do that.  Do something fun this weekend and enjoy the laughter!

Regina Sisco is a Relationship Wellness Expert and national internet Radio Show Host of Shining Bright on VoiceAmerica.com. For more information go to www.lifestreamholisticcoaching.com