Till Death do us part…
Hundreds of years ago, when people were lucky if they lived past 40, “till death do us part” did not sound so daunting. Now, it’s rare to stay married into old age. If you are reading this, you might think your relationship is already over. Most couples don’t seek help until it’s too late. If that is the case, there is no shame in ending a relationship that ran its course and served its purpose but even so, there is still healing to do.
Closure is a necessary part of the healing process. I help couples let go of resentment and move into forgiveness and gratitude so that they can move forward into healthier relationships.
Maybe you want your relationship to last but you are scared. It feels like the writing is on the wall. Don’t waste another day feeling anger, blame or resentment towards someone you once loved. Those negative feelings will grow stronger if you continue to feed them.
With the help of EFT tapping, I assist couples in reconnecting. I encourage them to explore the deeper emotions that lead to some destructive behaviors. Once those fears are brought into the light, they lose their power. But no one is perfect and sometimes bad behavior will occur only this time, your partner will have insight and compassion. He will know what you need from him to help you through the hard times and vise versa..
1) Tell your partner how you feel and what you want or need without making judgments, accusations or generalizations.
2) Learn to tune in to the deeper, broader meaning of what your partner is saying instead of focusing on the words or specifics.
3) Try to listen to criticism with curiosity. Refrain from getting defensive or waging a counter attack, that will only escalate conflict.
4) Consider how your beliefs about relationship is coloring your current experience. Consciously believe that a wonderful relationship is possible for you. Read chapter 1 of The Honeymoon Effect by Bruce Lipton PhD https://www.brucelipton.com/books/honeymoon-effect/excerpt
Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.
… The new female and the new male
are partners on a journey of spiritual growth.
They want to make the journey.
Their love and trust keep them together.
Their intuition guides them. They consult with each other.
They are friends. They laugh a lot. They are equals.
That is what a spiritual partnership is:
a partnership between equals
for the purpose of spiritual growth.”
– Gary Zukav, Soul Stories
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