When life gets hectic, romance is often the first thing to fall away. Would that be true for you?
You know how it goes – hectic all day and when you finally get home, it’s a quick bite of supper and off to more meetings or flop on the couch in front of the tube or …
Why not keep the romance happening all of the time? I’m not necessarily meaning sex, however only you know what might happen. We’re meaning simple little acts, or behaviour to keep the interest and passion alive. Check this out!!
What one thing are you going to do TODAY? Just one thing!!
We often ask our coaching clients, “What do you want in your relationship?” A blank stare is often the response.
It can be exceptionally helpful to determine what you want in your relationship, and then apply a simple secret – give it away. In other words, give what you want the most, and you will likely receive it in direct proportion.
Give kindness; receive kindness. Give respect; receive respect. Give the gift of real listening; others will listen to you.
Isn’t it time to commit to this age-old Truth – with a capital “T”?
Give it a try and let us know what happens for you.
What do you want in your relationship? Ever really thought about that?
When we ask that question of our coaching clients, we often get blank stares, or total quiet on the other end of the phone.
Most of us can easily spout off all the things we don’t want and don’t like – and those are usually the things we see and experience regularly.
What might happen if you and I really got clear about what we DO want in our relationship? What might happen if we focussed on how we really want it to look like, sound like, and feel like? What might happen?
Here’s the first of a two-part blog about just this.
So, what do you want? We invite you to send us a note – we’d really like to hear from you.
What the heck is the “Growing Apart Syndrome”? More importantly, are you caught in it now?
With our busy lives, with work, business, kids, community duties, etc. it can be easy to become so “busy” that you may forget to take the necessary time to just “be” together, even if you don’t say anything.
This video will give you ideas of “1 thing” that you can do to eliminate/reduce the Growing Apart Syndrome.