You know? The touch that puts goose bumps on your arms and butterflies in your belly. The kind that sometimes puts you in a trance and you just don’t want to move, because it feels so good. Like that. When’s the last time you’ve been touched?
Back in the day in my neighborhood, the word we’d use to describe the person who piqued our interest was, fine.
Stop Kicking Your Own Ass. I know it sounds pretty harsh, but aren’t you sick of it? Really, aren’t you ready for change? I know I was, and that’s when I Stopped Kicking My Own Ass and Put That Foot Forward. You can do it too.
I’ve finally found a system that helped me make a transformation, and now I use that same system with my clients.
You’ve got to become proactive in your children’s lives, in terms of aligning with whom, and where they are in their lives NOW! Considering what you know about teens using drugs, alcohol – the suicide rate, and now social media addiction – there’s no room for guilt, shame or, blame. Now is the time for your presence, for your patience, and for your support.
“Life’s challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they’re supposed to help you discover who you are.” –Bernice Johnson Reagon
When I began to realize many people in committed relationships find it challenging to be honest and authentic with their partners, I began to question my clients to understand what was happening. I discovered that vulnerability and transparency, two crucial components of true intimacy, were the biggest challenges.
You know, the reason I started working with couples is because my own relationship failed. We were great together when things were going well, yet we didn’t know how to get through those tough times-when thigs were not going well. Those were the times when we weren’t great together.
That was over 20 years ago, and since then I’ve become an expert on, the subject of relationships, male & female interaction, and communication.
Relationships are a delicate balance of time, trust, and dedication to one another; but sometimes the little things that matter are forgotten. We get so busy with our lives – careers, school, children – that our feelings of love take a backseat.
What happened to the attention to the details? To keep a relationship strong, we must remember to:
- Laugh together
- Appreciate our partner
- Give each other compliments
- Spend quality time together
Although it’s important to focus on how much time and effort we put into talking, sharing, and building relationships with others, it can seem impossible to always show them how much we care.
This week, the coaching Kiva is going to talk about the importance of staying true to yourself. There is one commonality that we all share; we start the journey alone, hence ending the journey alone. Our bodies are a vessel, the hands our instruments, and our heart is the gateway to eternity.
Unfortunately, losing yourself is one of the easiest things to do.
Life as we know it, is an unknown, mysterious force that breathes a fruitful yield and bittersweet dissolution. No matter what obstruent obstacle, life’s delicate heart beat will continue its rhythm to create the ease and flow of life.
In our existence, we are but humble students; a commonality in awaiting our destination-in the end.
Do you ever worry about where your life is heading?