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The fullness of love and life and allowing it to be expansive, and not necessarily attaching the idea of love to a person, but to the feeling itself. The power of introspection, and honouring your most important relationships and the people you care about most. New ways to bring compassion to yourself, unpacking subconscious money stories, and why it's so important to accept compliments. #love #relationships #selfcompassion #sylvestermcnutt #presentmoment #radicalhonesty
Our bodies are so POWERFUL and learning to tap into the innate consciousness your body possess is a skill that will guide you through life. Tuning into our bodies and recognizing when it is telling us that something or someone doesn’t feel right, answering the question: 'how do you know it’s the right person?' and why that butterfly feeling might not be as romantic as you think it is. #relationships #nervoussystem #intuition #gutcheck #gutfeeling #butterflies #connection
Whether you're single or in a relationship, being able to be comfortable alone is incredibly important. I'm touching on a topic that I get a lot of questions from my relationship coaching clients about: “How long should I stay single?”, “When is it ok to start dating again?”, “Do I need to stay single for a certain period of time before getting involved with someone again?”. These are all very normal and valid questions especially after you’ve gone through a break up. #relationships
For a genuine, sincere apology: you have to mean what you say. Intention matters here. A true apology means genuine care, taking accountability, identifying the mistake, followed by changed behaviour & sustaining that change to the best of your abilities. You have to be willing to change your behaviour, to grow and learn from the experience. This requires empathy, compassion and understanding how the other person feels, especially based on their unique history and biography. #relationships
Pain is inevitable. Joy and love are not necessarily, because they require you to open yourself up enough to truly feel. Most of us walk around in a state of avoidance, or trying to shut down certain parts of ourselves, prevents ourselves from feelings and experiencing certain emotions because it’s uncomfortable. We don’t know how to self-soothe or how to manage the emotions and it scares the sh*t out of us. #love #relationships #unconditionallove #emotionalhealth #acceptance #expectations
One of my favourite episodes to date, talking to Traver Boehm of Man UNcivilized about: -how men show up in relationships and the biggest reason why women end relationships (outside of abuse) and how men can cultivate a superpower to make the feminine feel safe in unexpected ways -men’s mental health, the mountain of male trauma that often goes unaddressed and a suicide rate that is 3X higher than women -what we can learn from our pain #mentalhealth #trauma #resilience #menshealth
I ended my 9 year relationship in December after finding out on Christmas Eve that my partner at the time had been unfaithful to me and involved with someone else on/off for our entire nine years together. #infidelity #relationships #love #affair #growth #confidence #communication
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This is a very special conversation, and I’m very grateful to both Claire & Luke for being so open about their heartbreaking experience with two miscarriages, along with sharing some behind the scenes of their decisions to make international moves and renovate a van to start living in while travelling around Australia and live life outside the conventional standards and more on their own terms.
I was validated by their reaction when I could tell people how many years my ex and I had been together. Although we now know that relationship turned out not to be quite as solid as I thought it was. #The9YearAffair Ultimately, we tend to attach too much relevance to length of time as opposed to really getting clear about the health of a relationship and defining it based on qualities that often have very little to do with time.