Hang Out with Janelle: Slam Up Ladies Talk Relationships, Breakups and STDs

Hang Out with Janelle: Slam Up Ladies Talk Relationships, Breakups and STDs

I met Cali and Emily from Slam Up, when they were on tour and made a stop in Minneapolis. I immediately loved them as they started singing Salt N Pepa’s – None of your Business. Aside from our mutual love of Salt N Pepa, I totally vibed with what these ladies had going on. Cali and Emily describe Slam Up with- WHERE POETRY MEETS COMEDY. It’s true. The show bounces back and forth from ridiculous laughter to stiring your soul. It was a pleasure to be in their audience. I had to get these ladies to hang out with me and talk about relationships, breakups and STDs. So here it is….. Wanna listen to what they go going on and/or donate to make their tour possible? Click here.  itunes click here.  Buy the “Potlucks and Hotfucks” shirt here.  If you are in the East Coast – Check out their tour. THE SAME BRAIN TOUR 2014 SEPTEMBER: WED 3rd | 7 PM | donation | The Batcave (Montclair, NJ) THU 4th | 7 PM | donation | Bluestockings (Manhattan, NYC) FRI 5th | 7:30 PM | $5-$10 | The Institute Library (New Haven, CT) SAT 6th | 8 PM | $10 ($5 w/ student id) | The Buttonwood Tree (Middleton, CT) MON 8th | 8 PM | $5-$10 | 95 Empire (Providence, RI) WED 10th | 8 PM | $10 ($5 w/ student id) | Patterson Creations (Attleboro, MA) THU 11th | 7 PM | free | Fazenda Coffee Roasters (Jamaica Plain, MA) FRI 12th | 7:30 PM | free | Arts at the Armory (Sommerville, MA) SAT 13th | 8 PM | free | Vena’s Fizz House (Portland, ME) SUN 14th | 6:30 PM | TBA | Feature @ Rhythmic Cypher Poetry (Portland, ME) TUE 16th | 8 PM...
25 Things You Can Do Post-Breakup: Part 4

25 Things You Can Do Post-Breakup: Part 4

This is the fourth week of the ongoing series, 25 Things You Can Do For Yourself Post-Breakup. By now you should have a good idea that doing something for yourself post-breakup is the best way to begin getting over your past relationship quickly and with the least amount of pain.  If you missed the previous weeks or would like to remind yourself of my other suggestions, head on back to weeks One, Two, and Three. To continue with our list, here are five more things you can do for yourself that will make the healing process after a breakup that much easier.  16) Read a book Escape from the world for a little bit by reading a book. Interested in a story with a powerful leading lady? Books like that will help you remember how strong you are and make you realize that you too can defeat any obstacle. Or maybe you want to read a sad or romantic book? These kinds of stories can be great if you are looking to have a good cry. Releasing the negative emotions you’ve been feeling by doing this is always more helpful than you would expect.  17) Journaling Or if reading isn’t your thing, why don’t you try writing in a journal? Journaling is another great way to cleanse yourself of negative emotions. Find an empty notebook and just write the first thing that comes to mind. That thought will then lead to another and soon you will be releasing all of your pain and anger in a flood of words. When the words stop, you’ll be in a much better place emotionally....
Breakup Recovery Program Helps You Find the Perfect Partner

Breakup Recovery Program Helps You Find the Perfect Partner

  I’m Janelle Klander and I am a coach, a healer, and a wedding officiant. My main goal is to empower women to live their dream lives and inspire them to be authentic. I decided to specialize in breakups because so many people were coming to me that were still stuck in a past relationship and their past relationship was affecting their present and their future. Not just in relationships, but in other areas of their life. I wanted to help these people, give them an easier way, an easier process to get through this healing. I’ve had over a decade of experience with breakups and I’m really grateful for all of those relationships and all the breakups. They’ve taught me so much. Looking back on that, I wish that I was given a process. I wish that I was given encouragement and empowerment, as opposed to feeling like a failure. Essentially people want to be with a partner. We have that yearning. We want to be with somebody. We want to share these experiences in life. But if you’re repeating the same patterns over and over again then you’re not going to have that opportunity to do that. You’re going to keep dating that same person. Or the same things are going to come up for you. So if you’re really serious about meeting that perfect partner then you have to do internal work. I created this program “Free Yourself From Your Ex in 30 Days or Less” because I wanted to give people an opportunity to move through their breakup in an easy, quick way instead of...