Relationships are in everything and most importantly with self. we forget this along the way.
I’ve been facilitating clients, a shoulder for friends and navigating my own twisted versions of love for several decades. As a daughter, a sibling, a lover, a wife, a friend and a mother of five, I’ve learned, how you do relationships is how you do them, even though the other person is in a different role and it often doesn’t seem that way.
What if getting it right, is simply, getting it true for you?
“When I chose to dissolve my marriage, I also set the intention that I didn’t want to fight with him, over anything, to include our kids. Initially, I created a beautiful story that I wanted to play out with him. I wanted to let go of the coupleship and keep the rest. I mean, why not? We were raising kids together, had been family for many years and on many levels, he was my best friend. By this stage in our relationship, we really knew each other and I really loved him despite no longer desiring to be his wife…”