The relationship I have with my husband is unusual.
When we first started dating there was very little about it that felt familiar in the sense that it did not resemble anything either of us has experienced before.
From the onset, we chose to co create an expectation around vulnerability and transparency. Honesty, sincerity, and truth were the values we both wanted to uphold.
Along the way, we stood at various crossroads to check, “Are you still in?” As each “yes” transitioned us from dating to exclusivity to full on commitment we recognized the magic inherent in the unknown.
A decade ago, he started off as research….
Constructing a covenant of safety and trust, we agreed to honestly hold one another’s heart for safekeeping while each of us did the work of healing our own personal wounds.
Our relationship has made us complete unto ourselves.
Co-creating long-term a relationship and Love is not for the faint of heart.
It demands presence, attention, respect, appreciation, vulnerability, and a willingness to take full responsibility for our dirty laundry.
In her book, A Return to Love, Marianne Williamson says, “Part of working on ourselves, in order to be ready for a profound relationship, is learning how to support another person in being the best that they can be. Partners are meant to have a priestly role in each other’s lives. They are meant to help each other access the highest parts within themselves.”
I agree. It is upon this premise I have built my Relationship Coaching practice.
The principles are simple: Approval. Appreciation. Authenticity. Living into them will crack your heart wide open.
Worth the risk.
What “yes” will you commit to today?
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