It’s pretty astonishing that the holiday most focused on celebrating love is the single biggest day when people talk divorce.
I kid you not.
There is so much pressure surrounding Valentine’s Day that, for most people, it’s a complete flop, and something’s just not right about that.
Now, we all know that relationships can be hard work, but they don’t always need to be. When you think about your relationship, are you by chance feeling guilty because your inner voice is asking you to take better care of yourself than your significant other?
Do you feel stifled and hemmed or confused and stuck about what you want, what you have, and how to bridge whatever difference between the two you may be settling for?
Is time with your partner getting harder to come by, or is it starting to seem like more trouble than it’s worth? (It’s ok to admit it. Your relationship’s in trouble if you can’t, if it’s true.)
Maybe you spend more time talking logistics than what you appreciate about each other – if you’re even talking much at all these days.
As for sex – would you rather watch TV or just go back to bed and get more sleep?
Things just aren’t the way they were when you met. I get it. It happens.
But here’s another truth. Believe it or not, you can enjoy a deeper connection with your partner, no matter how little or how long you’ve been together. You CAN create a juicier future, filled with peace, harmony and complete fulfillment…a future (and present) that opens you both up so that you both feel more confident with each other, with what your relationship can be, and how you can keep stimulating each other (and I don’t just mean in the way that that implies).
Now, maybe you’re thinking, “Yeah, yeah…forget it. It’s too late,” or “I don’t even know how or where to begin changing it!”
And, it just so happens I could have a solution for you.
I’m known as the Relationship Recovery Coach. Why? Because I’ve helped so many couples (and singles) get into, or back into, more loving, more magnetic, and utterly enchanted relationships…with each other, themselves, and their lives.
You’re never too old for enchantment, or to have your relationships and life transform to a whole new place of bliss.
I’ve spent the last 16 years helping thousands expand their lives, their careers, and best of all, their relationships with their partners and kids, from dull and blocked to caring and fulfilled.
My approach to helping couples – particularly couples that feel like their relationship is treading on thin ice but don’t feel ready to abandon it yet – involves:
· Guiding them into creating an entirely new vision for what their relationship can be
· Helping them get to the heart of the matter that most couples therapists don’t ever get to (FYI: 85% of the couples who come to me, after trying couples counseling to little or no success, are able to maintain a successful relationship).
· Helping them heal their real, underlying issues by providing concrete tools and techniques for heading them off if they ever come up again; and
· Working one-on-one with them to develop a solid Relationship Action Plan that will take them from what they’ve been settling for into truly embodying a fully inspired life that healthy relationships play such a huge part in and so much more!
To celebrate Valentine’s Day (and to help lower those disturbing statistics), I’m offering a limited number of Love & Relationship Breakthrough Sessions (valued at $375), *absolutely free* to my community and friends of my community.
It’s a full 75-minute session that is guaranteed to help you uncover the exact next steps for you and your partner to get back to feeling passion and awe, rather than boring and predictable.
In other words, no more blah.
You will walk away with a blueprint of precisely what you need to do next to have the relationship and connection you’re longing for.
To claim your session, email me here and write, “Valentine’s Day Gift For Me” in the subject line. I’ll get back to you ASAP to set it up.
I encourage you to act quickly. Valentine’s Day is almost here and my calendar is getting booked up quickly this time of year.
Have a great weekend, and a gloriously loving Valentine’s Day,