My name is LeslieBeth (LB) Wish and I’d like to welcome you to LoveVictory.com! If you are a woman looking for help with your love, life, career, and family issues I can give you solid, practical, and trusted advice that has worked for the thousands of women I counseled—and, in the process, who taught me as well.
It’s not easy to seek help. Women come to me when their emotional pain is high, and their efforts to solve their problems haven’t worked. Very few of us women have avoided the disappointment, confusion, and self-doubt of love gone wrong. When I give a talk, I often ask women to raise their hands if they’ve never been emotionally hurt in love—and no one raises her hand.
The details of your circumstances are most likely unique, but I can offer guidance for the top issues that I discovered from my research of over 1,000 women, and my many years as a therapist. I can help you with these questions and more:
- Why am I attracted to the same kind of man?
- How soon should I have sex in a new relationship?
- How can I recover from break ups?
- How do I get a better life and work balance?
- Is there hope that women over fifty can find love?
- How do I handle late in life divorce, affairs, or mistrust in my own judgment and instincts about men and love?
Why Should You Seek My Advice?
From the age of three, I was blessed with the gift of being raised by Daisy, the African-American woman who gave me love, wisdom, and a whole new perspective on the world. She taught me to work hard, question, find joy, risk making mistakes, and to be brave enough to be my best self in my mind, heart, and actions. She called it “aiming for beauty.” Daisy also helped me discover that I had an ability to read people, care about them, and help them with their problems.
As I grew up and went away to college and graduate school, Daisy’s teachings went with me. I was drawn to things that bothered me—especially women’s missteps in love, and their difficulties in acting with beauty, grace, and love for themselves. I was also drawn to things that empowered me such as art, literature, and history. So, it was not surprising to me that my education includes degrees in English, History, Art, Social Work, and Psychology.
My inner world, joy, and knowledge had become very big. I made it bigger and richer by living in another country and then, later, counseling people who had to flee from their homelands.
And all these factors brought me to where I am now—a caring, wise woman, wife, stepmother, and professional with a love of embracing beauty and the world, and guiding people with sound insight and solutions. Being your best self is no easy journey. It requires tremendous emotional bravery, self-acceptance, and perseverance to sustain joy, happiness, accomplishment, and a sense of self-worth. I am happy to pass on to you my expertise.
My most recent work is about you—a woman who is often smart about work but not love. I’ve conducted professional research about women’s relationship issues for my self-help book that will be published next year by New Horizon Press. But you don’t have to wait until next year to get advice. I invite you to follow my relationship blog, read my weekly expert column in Quality Health a top ten health site, and to consider purchasing my cartoon book,The Love Adventures of Almost Smart Cookie TM where each cartoon strip is based on a key finding from my research about women and love. Click HERE for a sample.
It’s a pleasure to help you. Join me on my blog that includes relationship tips: