First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone for their prayers and well-wishes during this heart matter that I’m dealing with. My sister brought up my laptop and some other “office tools”, so I am still on the job.
I just want to remind myself and you of something that this trial has reminded me of, “Life is Short.” Therefore, if you want to better your relationship with your spouse, be happy with your current girlfriend or boyfriend, bounce back better than ever from a divorce, break-up, and any past relationship issues, don’t wait. Do it now.
I’m just going to give a few tips you can use before you schedule your free 45 Minute Consultation Call with me.
Reflect on your current relationship and ask yourself what needs improvement, what needs to be discarded, what needs to be increased? Or, if you’re single and trying to get your groove back.
What do you want your future relationship to look like, are there any things you need to change about your relationship behavior, what are your personal and professional goals going forward?
You ask yourself these questions and more in order to increase your self-awareness regarding future goals and the type of people you let stay or allow in your life. You have a clearly defined vision of what you will and will not accept in every aspect of your life. This is the first step of getting your groove back inside or outside of a relationship.
This step is about anything that makes you or your current relationship better. From adding date nights to being more creative sexually. It also includes minor additions like a new hairdo, some new clothes, and getting a new job. Know! Getting your groove back is about you, your heart, and your becoming the best version of yourself.
Remember! The vessel can only pour out what it contains. When we put the good stuff in, it will reflect in our character and behavior. Take it from one whose physical heart is not in good shape right now. It’s because I’ve eaten chips, cake, and other fatty foods all of my life. I have these blocked arteries because I didn’t put heart-healthy food into my body.
The same applies to the spiritual and emotional parts of the heart. Whatever we nourish our heart with spiritually and emotionally will come out, which will attract the type of person who will cause problems or enhance our lives.
This part is about trying new things. Being more adventurous. Not being afraid to abandon our comfort zone. Ask yourself these questions, what are you passionate about, when was the last time you took up a new hobby, when was the last time you learned something new that would expand your horizons? This is an essential part of finding your groove or getting it back.
You must be willing to explore, try new things, not be afraid to fail, or be vulnerable. Now, I’m not talking about taking an unnecessary risk like putting all of your savings into the stock market. I’m talking about not letting fear cripple you to the point that you allow your life to remain or become humdrum. Where does the groove exist in that?
If you have any questions or comments, I’m in the hospital, but I’m still working. DM me, leave me a message on the website, or schedule a free 45-minute consultation call. I would love to speak with you.