What’s an extraordinary relationship worth?
It’s worth a lot to some people but what is it worth to you?
We know the definition of the word love and we all have an idea of what a relationship ‘should’ be.
We also know what normal looks like. It’s what happens when two people get together, do things and make a pledge.
But connection is rare. It’s when we show up whole, experience the harmony of opposites and surprise ourselves in unexpected ways. It’s an experience beyond normal.
Connection isn’t loud. It creates a kind of tension that buzzes. It’s disruptive and calming at the same time. It unnerves us and feels scary as it breaks through the status quo. It’s full of power, yet has nothing to do with power-over. It changes both people; the giver and the recipient.
I hope your holiday season was a wonderful one!
In 2018, my team and I look forward to helping you create a new vision of what’s possible – in life and in LOVE.
As a therapist and founder of Wellness Counseling Center, I’ve had the privilege of working with thousands of couples over the years.
This year, I’ve decided to share more LOVE by facilitating workshops, speaking and teaching the amazing model we use here at Wellness.
There is a shift happening in the world of relationships.
And, these radically new concepts about attachment and connection belong in the hands of people who want to be close and make their relationship better!
Deep down, it’s no surprise that communication is the #1 presenting issue with most couples.
The real question is why has it become THE MOST important skill you can learn when it comes to marriage and relationship success?
Partnership is reciprocal. It’s a two way street. You talk, play, listen and engage with a partner.
Control is another matter. You are either under someone’s control or you apply control over them.
We live in a culture that endorses freedom, and at the same time, teaches people to seek out and admire the powerful. We reward powerful teachers, coaches, CEOs, celebrities and authority figures who tell us what to do. Not always consciously. It’s just the way it is. Familiar and easy.
Until it seeps into our intimate relationships and we find ourselves over or under. But not with. Blaming. Accusing. Defending. Insisting. Do it this way. Not that way. How could you? Why would you? You should…… You shouldn’t……