Today, we're going to talk about how to reignite the excitement in your relationship.
It's probably been a while since you felt it. Remember how you felt when you and your partner first came together?
You moved mountains to spend time with one another, you couldn't wait to talk to each other on the phone...just being next to them sent tingles down your spine. You found everything they said hilarious...you took time to give them little gifts. Do you remember what that felt like?
But I'm guessing the ups and downs of life has taken some (or all) of that away from you. You're worn down, bored, and struggling every day to make things work. What happened to the magic?
When you lose your zest for your relationship, it's the beginning of the end. Things crumble, day by day...until you look in the mirror, and you wonder,"how the heck did we get here?"
But, there is a cure.
The individuals and couples that I work with experience incredible outcomes when they focus on 3 things:
When you have a relationship with all 3, you've got it all. The trust in yourself that you've lost. The safety that you and your partner need to have (and maintain) a deep and meaningful connection. And all the tools and skills you need to continue to create the love you've been longing for the rest of your life.
Isn't that what it's all about?
But these 3 things don't come easy. They don't happen by accident. They happen when you do the work that is needed so your relationship begins to flow and you and your partner reconnect and experience peace and understanding like never before.
Over the years in my coaching practice, I've guided my clients to all 3 of these priceless principles.
When you have them, you can start to feel the peace you've been wanting almost immediately.
Take an honest look at your relationship. Right now, do you have the connection you've dreamed of? Do you feel like you can talk to your partner about anything you need to? Do you still have fun and laugh together?
If the answer is no, it means that your relationship is fractured.
Wouldn't now be a good time to fix it?