We may not think that good past relationships can affect our current relationship, but what happens when we start comparing them? Maybe your partner in the good past relationship was a certain way or did certain things or you did certain things together, but your current partner isn’t doing those things or you don’t do those things together now. You may be so focused on comparing the two people that you aren’t valuing all the good qualities of your current partner.
This! Everything starts with how you feel about yourself. When you are lacking in self-love, it can be easy to look outside of you for someone to compensate and give you that love. But it has to come from you first. That's why I always start my client work by working on them first. This really is where the magic happens.
The warrior inside you knows what she wants - walk away from what isn't working. Deep down you know what you truly want. It may be clouded by fears, doubt, limiting beliefs, what you have been told to want, past experiences, but you know how you want your life to be. You want that fun, honest and loving relationship that supports you and brings added...
Let me tell you how fitness can help you with your romantic relationship. This might seem like an odd one, but there are so many benefits to your relationship when fitness is a part of your life, especially if your relationship isn’t where you want it to be. When your romantic relationship is going through a rough patch, you may not think to keep going with your fitness regime but it is really important to keep going as you tap into so many amazing benefits. Photo: Everton Vila on Unsplash
𝗬𝗼𝘂 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝘀𝗽𝗲𝗰𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝘁𝗼𝗼. Being in love and being with someone amazing is great, but not if it means you are losing who you are and what makes you you. Your partner is with you because you are special too. Bring your true self to the relationship. Bring what makes you unique and awesome. Don't ever lose that. Ceza Ouzounian | LinkedIn
How you view a relationship can often be affected by how you saw relationships as a child. Were your parents on good terms? Did they fight a lot? Did they hate each other? Did you have an uncle who always bad mouth relationships? Whether we like it or not, these experiences can shape how we are in a relationship. The beliefs we enter a relationship with, or the beliefs we have on what to expect in a relationship, whether it will be good or bad.... 📷 Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash