The age old question still remains for many. What is love? How do we know when what we feel or receive is really love? Yesterday, a young woman came to me for a treatment for her broken relationship. Her session brought to light that many relationships are based on the absence of love or codependence, which causes confusion and relationships to be very messy.
- giving without expecting anything in return
Sometimes we get angry with our partners. Sometimes we doubt our lover. Sometimes we don't trust them, not necessarily that they will cheat, but that they will let us down in some way. There will be times in the closest of relationships where conflict arises. We can't
possibly agree on everything all the time. We are two different people coming with our personal set of luggage. Some of our luggage is really old! Some of us have a complete set from the valet case to a steamer trunk because we are human!
Each of us is working on de-creating the patterns, programs, beliefs that don't serve us and cause us to be crippled, stuck, depressed, feel damaged, lost, empty or broken in some way. The work that I do with couples and single alleviates these issues making communication and love so much easier.
- give too much
- please others
- try too hard
- concerned what others think of us
- feel unloved
- needing validation
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them. This week I received gifts in the mail from someone showing me love. Gifts are one way to show love. Each time I opened a box from Amazon, I felt loved by this person. I experienced a deep connection with another who was far away through her gift-giving. Acts of kindness, affirming words and gentle loving touch are also ways to show love to another.
- Take out the trash. (Loving action)
- Clean the bathroom. (Loving action)
- Wash their car. (Loving action)
- Send a card. (Gifts)
- Give flowers. (Gifts)
- Buy jewelry or clothing. (Gifts)
- Tell them you love them. (Affirming words)
- Tell them how beautiful they are. (Affirming words)
- Tell them how attracted you are to them. (Affirming words)
- Tell them how great the dinner was. (Affirming words)
For those of you diehard Saturday Night Live watchers, here is a clip from Night At The Roxbury set to the Hadaway tune, What is Love? Just for a little 80's levity. Enjoy!
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