HER Heart Women’s Forum
Somehow we’ve convinced ourselves that when it comes to love things happen “organically.” We usually don’t bother to learn about how we should conduct ourselves in a relationship other than what we see from our parents who are not always the best role models.
I’ve seen couples end their marriages due to frustration from having unrealistic expectations. What’s more, so many don’t know much about the opposite sex and how to communicate with each other. We grin and bear the unhappiness until the pain is too much and we give up.
What if you could turn things around in your relationship?
What if you could learn the tools it takes to communicate well with your partner so you could both be happy?
It took me many years of failed relationships and heartache to realize that I had to look within instead of assigning blame to others. I cracked the code to relationship bliss by recognizing that I could only change myself and then others would follow or fall out.
Like so many, I wish there would have been a required course in school that taught us how to build *and keep up happy and healthy relationships, but as with most of us, these resources were not available to me. Instead of empowering women with helpful relationship advice, we instill messages like this:
- “If it’s meant to be it will happen.”
- “I need to have my career or life together before I can have a relationship.”
- “I should wait for my kids to grow up before I focus on my love life.”
- “You’ll know when the right person shows up.”
The more supportive ideas that we should instill in our girls and women are things like:
- Don’t let time pass you by waiting for the “right” guy to show up. Make an effort so that you’re at the right place and at the right time to increase your chances of meeting the person you want and need.
- Careers and relationships are not mutually exclusive. Sometimes having that special someone who will urge you to “keep going” and to “believe in yourself” can catapult you into faster success.
- We sometimes think we can hide our unhappiness from our children, but no matter how young they are, children see everything and unfortunately as the saying goes “Monkey see, monkey do.” The best thing we can do for our children is showing them what a happy and healthy relationship looks like to give them something positive to emulate.
- Establish specific core values and life goals; then find someone who fits within those standards.
As a relationship expert, I want to create a paradigm shift where people seek knowledge and understanding about how to effectively be in a relationship before they even start one. Having gone through my challenges as a single mother raising a daughter, I want to help others avoid unnecessary relationship trials and tribulation.
I’ve spent the past 12 years learning from the masters because my mission in life is to bring you science and research-based information, not anecdotal, as a basis for my coaching.
I’m excited to share what I’ve learned with you. So, if 2018 is the year that you’ve decided to have happy and healthy relationships, then take the first step and join the HER Heart private Facebook forum for women where you’ll get FREE actionable steps and tools that you can start right away. Think of this forum as a safe space and place for health and wellness for your current and future relationships!
See you on the other side!