Talking about what turns you on can feel a little embarrassing or awkward if you are not comfortable with conversations being about you, more specifically, if you sometimes feel guilty or selfish to verbalize ways you enjoy feeling good.
With the turn of a new year, and as many people think about what they can be doing differently or perhaps even maintaining. I would like to encourage you to think about what you are doing to love and care for yourself.
Are you struggling to figure out what fun gift to get your partner this holiday season? Try incorporating their love language into the gift that you decide to get your partner. Here are some ideas to think about when shopping with your partner's love language in mind!
A common theme I have heard over the past few weeks, is clients wanting to explore new activities and continue to grow themselves. But what I hear next is often some doubt or confusion of “not knowing where to start” or “being afraid of wasting time and possibly not like the new activity/hobby.” I want to share some things I have shared with some of my clients, in the case you are finding yourself on this similar journey.
These past few months have brought up many different moments of feeling grief. As I have continued to work with engaged and newlywed couples, I have continued to hear a common theme of experiencing some sort of “Post Wedding Blues” after their wedding day.
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