My 6 Week Love Detox Plan + Infidelity Coach Savannah Ellis on Insuring Relationship Happiness!
How healthy is your love life right now?
How healthy is your love life right now? This week on my Mommy Noire Love Class I share a 6 week Love Detox plan. The stages are Define, Declutter, Detoxify, Deserve, Desist and De-stress. This was much-needed after last week’s column on how NOT to make your life a pity party.
I also have a special treat for you. Infidelity Coach Savannah Ellis sees the worst of people in her business. As a Passionate Living Coach, I help people to focus on healing love and life issues through self-love and reclaiming a sense of passion. I know that for Savannah to deal with cheating exclusively, she often sees us human beings at our worst. However, she’s not jaded. Below Savannah shares her great advice on insuring that your long term relationship or marriage has a happy ending.
Of course, I also throw in my two cents on healthy love, dating and relationships as well as a blockbuster video episode (after the jump) that I made recently with master yogini Donna D’Cruz in New York City.
Find my 6 week Love Detox plan here.
Take it away, Coach Savannah…
People get into long term relationships or marriages for different reasons. While some do it because they felt like it is time or a responsibility, others do it because they are so much in love. In some countries, marriage is done to fulfill an agreement between two families.
So how do you know when the long term relationship or marriage that you got into will actually make you the happiest person ever, or not?
Few people realize that partnership or tying the knot is one of the biggest decisions that a person will be making in his lifetime. This is because when you get married, you do not just think of yourself anymore. You will have a spouse, and even children, to consider on every choice that you will make.
The problems that you may face will not be as uncomplicated as when you were single. Simply because accompanied by that “I do” that you spoke of on your wedding day is a big responsibility placed on your shoulders.
It is fortunate when a marriage works for both partners. But for some, it seems like it just won’t.
Here are some tips on how you can make sure that you will have a happy ending with your spouse.
1. Know that you’re not the same person.
If you really want to make the marriage work, you will have to understand each other’s differences. That is why it is advised for you to completely know your spouse for it to be easier for you to accept each other’s strengths and weaknesses. And when you find that he or she is lacking on this part or that, be sure to let him or her feel and that you empathize. That is does not make him or her less of a person and it would not hinder him or her from becoming a good husband or wife.
- [Abiola says: Yes! Don't let their triggers trigger you. Even if you get angry and turn away, come back and be there. Have the cojones to be the last man or woman standing -- for yourself and for your Savannah Ellis is an infidelity and life coach in Las Vegas. She also does relationship coaching in different cities and states in the US, UK and Australia.
Find more of my “Love Class: relationship healing advice columns here.
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