Love yourself first,
because that’s who you’ll be spending the rest of your life with
Relationship is the basis of human existence.
Without relationship, there is no existence.
You are related to the past, to all the memories, or you are related to the future through ideas and dreams.
Relationship is the most important thing in life.
When people think about relationship coaching they often think of an intimate partner relationship yet there are many relationships that impact our lives, cause internal turmoil and prevent us from living a satisfactory or fulfilling life.
The best news is that by working with the unconscious mind we can work together to make changes that will allow you to improve how you relate to yourself, others, and things.
Good relationships can make you feel like life is worth living and enjoying.
Bad relationships can make you suffer and feel life is a drag.
Enough to take the actions required for your happiness.
Enough to cut yourself loose from the drama-filled past. Enough to set a high standard for relationships.
Enough to feed your mind and body in a healthy manner.
Enough to forgive yourself.
Enough to move on.”
Everything in your life stems from your relationship with yourself.
If you learn to treat yourself like someone worthy of love, respect, and compassion, your life will flow more effortlessly, abundantly, and joyfully than you can imagine.
If you treat yourself like someone only worthy of dislike, disrespect, and indifference, each day will be a struggle to keep your head above water and engage in healthy relationships.
The unfortunate part is that few people put much energy into their relationship with themselves, instead, they drift through life acting as their own worst enemy criticizing themselves, putting themselves last, limiting their potential, and keeping their hearts and minds guarded.
Our internal dialogue plays a huge part in how we interact with others and how healthy our relationships are...
I wonder what your inner voice says to you? Is it kind and loving? Would you speak to other people the way you speak to yourself in your head? Our internal voice usually reflects our self-belief and the worth we place on ourselves and that in turn reflects in the relationships we choose and how we relate to other people and things in general.
Would you choose yourself as a friend, a partner, or as an inspiration to others?
Our most significant personal relationships are with family, friends/peers, teachers, group leaders, bosses, co-workers, acquaintances, community, and professional networks although we also have relationships with 'things' like money, food, alcohol, substances, our health, our body, to name a few... these can be healthy or unhealthy and usually stem from our emotional state and past experiences, this is often something we are unaware of as it is often out of our conscious awareness or we just don't make the connection between our past and our present.
A huge factor in how healthy our relationships are in our childhood experiences, how the adults we grew up with interacted with each other, with us, other people, and things have a massive impact on not only how we feel about ourselves but how we interact with others, things and also our belief system
Have you ever wondered why you view money the way you do?
Do you open your mouth and your mother/father comes out?
Have you considered why you have the relationship you have with Food/Money/Work?
Do you always attract certain types of friends and partners?
Are you in or have escaped a toxic relationship?
Would you like things to be different but seem to be stuck in the same loop and can't get out no matter what you try?