What does it take to feel love and connection? What does it take to show love and connection? Is vulnerability the path? What exactly does it mean? Can you have a strong, loving relationship without the need to be so exposed emotionally? I do my best to answer these questions in this episode. [Read more…]
The best kind of relationship is the one where you can be yourself
Romantic relationships can create some of the most complex emotional challenges in your life. From heartful to heartache, from elated to deflated, relationships bring us through a roller coaster of emotions until we are either fulfilled or completely drained.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Sometimes the right tools and the right mindset can create relationships that don’t have to be so difficult. In fact, they can be wonderful when you know how to deal with the challenges that show up.
The ‘take care of you’ episode: Showing up as the best version of yourself
What does it take to become the best version of you? What do you need to do for yourself so that you become happier and more fulfilled?
This episode is all about you and what it takes to become the most supportive, compassionate person to yourself.
Valuing your partner’s values for relationship longevity
Do you value what your partner values? If not, you may be in for a rude awakening when they suddenly get upset with you for seemingly no reason.
What’s important to you may not be important to them, and vice versa, but it might be a good idea to make it important to you since your relationship’s longevity may depend on it.
Transcript for this episode is here.
What did you sign up for in the relationship?
When you sign up for a relationship, you sign up for who they are now. But are you signing up for who you hope they’ll be as well?
Are there expectations that should be met when it comes to a relationship? And if they aren’t met, do you have every right to demand they be met, “or else?”
Sometimes we need to revisit the contract we signed getting into a relationship and what it means for us if who we thought they were isn’t really who they are.
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