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The fitness guru came out as a bisexual in 2011 and has been dating Rhoades since 2009.
"My mom says, 'Honey, patience is a virtue.' Why isn't 'hurry up' a virtue? Her kids with partner Heidi Rhoades — Lukensia, 4, and Phoenix, 2 — "have improved me a little.
"Establish what dysfunctional or negative patterns hold you back." They may be obvious — the chips at Mexican restaurants get Jillian "every freakin' time," she says — or may require some soul-searching.
Regardless, "Pay attention, and when that pattern starts to come up again, stop.
Step up — and don't be afraid to ask for what you want. But learning how to utilize fear and move through it it rather than be paralyzed by it is critical." Address whatever you're afraid of in pursuit of your goal head-on by journaling answers to three questions. Ninety-nine percent of what happens other than death is recoverable. Going to the gym and feeling silly won't kill you," Jillian says.
"People who become successful in spite of [challenges] usually have a person who really loved them and believed in them.
I'm like, 'Do you think I'm not actually a trainer?
' I am extremely appreciative of the In reality, Jillian is self-aware and introspective, thanks in part to having been in therapy since the age of 5 and having a close relationship with her mom, Jo Ann Mc Karus, a psychotherapist in her 60s. OK, cool." While growing up, Jillian struggled with her parents' divorce, rebelling and eventually leaving her mom's home to live with her dad. After Jillian left home for the second time, Jo Ann agreed to pay Jillian's rent for a year, and for her therapy and health insurance, as long as her daughter went to school and got a job.
At a Starbucks not far from her home in Malibu, CA, she's stuck behind a slowpoke ordering coffee.
But impatience is one of my tragic flaws."You'd think that since she left Jillian would have had more time to spare. "The minute I wasn't on the show, it opened up a lot of opportunities," she says of the many projects she's already begun, like taking her "Maximize Your Life" tour to Australia and the U. But Jillian wouldn't trade the new demands on her time for anything — not even a return to the show that made her famous.