Another summer is almost here and you’re looking at your relationship saying, “What did I do wrong?” “I have no relationship. What’s wrong with me?” Maybe you just chose the wrong person. Or, in the latter case, you haven’t found the right person yet. It happens. Sometimes we believe, I just need to be with someone.
Know! Without a doubt, that is never the case. You should be with the right someone. Being alone is better than being with the wrong someone. Why? Because the wrong someone will make your life miserable. The wrong someone won’t motivate and inspire you to be the best version of yourself.
Or, even worse, the wrong someone will verbally or physically abuse you. What kind of life is that? Not a good one. Now the question for you going forward is, “What are you going to do?” Will you continue to settle for less? Or, will you cut your losses and move on?
As a relationship coach, I ask questions so my clients can look within themselves to find out what they need to do. Part of my job is to make you think deeply about your life and what you want for yourself in the future. Like what do you want your tomorrow to look like? Mind you, not just as it pertains to a relationship. But what kind of life do you want for yourself?
One of my sayings is, “Finding or getting your groove back is not about anyone else… It’s about you.” This is a fact. Think about it this way. How can you know what kind of person you want in your life if you don’t know what you want in life? It sounds logical, doesn’t it?
It is vital that your heart is in the right place before you attempt to share it with someone else. Now, you might be asking, “How do I get my heart in the right place?” First and foremost, when you’re looking for answers in your heart, turn to the Creator of that heart. There is a tradition that states, “If you ask, ask God. If you seek help, seek help from God.” Turn to Him. Ask Him for the answers to the questions you have about your inner self.
Secondly, as I mentioned, it is my job as a relationship coach to help people dig deep within themselves to find the answers they need. If you would like to chat about my process, schedule a 45 Minute Free Consultation Call and we can talk about it.
Lastly, don’t be afraid of treading new ground. Don’t be afraid to try new things. Don’t be afraid to take action in order to attain what is best for you. Don’t worry about the criticism of others because you want to be the best version of yourself. Remember, just because you want better shouldn’t equate to you thinking you’re better than others. So, be careful who you talk to about your plans to improve.
Some people will try to make you believe that you think you’re better because you’re trying to be better. These are two separate matters entirely. The Devil thought he was better than Adam. But he didn’t want to be better. Pharoh thought he was better than Moses. But he didn’t want to be better.
Be humble, but strive to be better. I just wanted to give you something to think about. If you want to talk or you have questions, get in touch. See you at work.
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