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Entries in Relationship building (3)

Monday
Jul202015

A Good Relationship is not a Destination…

A good relationship is not a destination; a good relationship is a process.

We all want to “get there.” We want to put in the work and reap our rewards. We want someone to show us the way, give us the answers and somehow enable us to finally be happy.

Or so we think.

The truth is that a good relationship is process. It begins with becoming aware of who you are, understanding what makes your partner tick, and learning how to navigate the waters of being in relationship with each other. You never become an expert. You never totally get there. There is always more to learn. You will never be perfect at it.

I invite you to consider that you and your partner will stumble from time to time. I invite you to accept that a good relationship requires you to work at it. You can’t be complacent, lazy or take it for granted. You need to put your attention and efforts toward it. And you need to understand that even when you do this, you will never get that happy ending.

So what’s in it for you and yours?

When you commit to learning and living the process, you acquire a relationship muscle, a comfort level with understanding issues and breakdowns that occur within the relationship, and the confidence, know-how and courage to work through them with more ease and grace.

This is the destination. Learning the process, and then learning the process again and again.

The gift from doing so?

Personal power and freedom of choice. And a relationship based on mutual respect, love and intimacy. Go for it!

Be well,

Julie

P.S. If you or someone you know wants to learn the process of relationship building, don’t hesitate to contact me. I'm here to help. I provide personalized counseling and coaching. And if you want to start right now, go and purchase The Pathway to Love at-home program. You don’t need to wait. You can begin the process today.

Take advantage of the opportunity receive the support and guidance you deserve. 

Julie Orlov, psychotherapist, speaker, and author of The Pathway to Love: Create Intimacy and Transform Your Relationships through Self-Discovery

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Monday
Apr042011

Lessons from Japan: Number Three. Remember, we need each other.

Our world is more connected than ever. Not only do we know what happens on the other side of the globe within seconds, the impact of those events will most likely have an impact on us regardless of where we reside on the planet. The earthquake and subsequent nuclear crisis in Japan is a powerful example, but less dramatic events occur all the time.

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Sunday
Mar202011

Lessons from Japan: Number One. How would you rate your relationship with Mother Nature? 

Just one week before the devastating earthquake hit Japan, I was having lunch with some friends and we were discussing just how vulnerable we human beings are. I don’t mean in the sense that we can get our feelings hurt or hearts broken. It wasn’t that kind of conversation. We were discussing our role and place in our eco-system. After discussing the merits of human intelligence and our position at the top of the food chain, in the end, we all agreed that human beings were no more and no less powerful, and dare I say, important, than any other part of our eco-system.

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