What do you long for?

There’s something you are longing for in your life. Is it to meet that special person? the right one, who will love you for exactly who you are? Whether it’s the first time around for you or not, you’d probably also want to know exactly how to make it work so it lasts a lifetime.

No doubt, you want to experience true partnership in life with someone who is just right for you. The perfect fit! This is what we all long for. Some call it finding your soul-mate. Some call it being lucky or blessed. There’s no magic to it though. Finding the right person for you is an absolutely achievable goal, and a worthy one to have. But you have to be willing to do the work.

What else is missing?

You may be longing to have harmonious and mutually satisfying relationships with everyone in your life; your family members, your workmates, friends or neighbors—anyone and everyone, really. But something stands in the way.

Maybe you feel powerless in your ability to relate to people without some kind of conflict or discomfort arising between you. Friendships seem to fizzle out or family members become alienated or estranged. You may blame others for what goes wrong in the relationship or blame yourself. Either way, peace and contentment with the people who matter to you seems out of reach. 

If having deeply fulfilling relationships with all the people in your life is what you long for, take heart; it’s an absolutely achievable goal and one of the most personally rewarding. There’s no magic involved in having it; you just have to be willing to do the work.

The work involved is to become deeply connected with the part of you that feels unloved, unaccepted, and unfulfilled, and to first learn, then master self-love and acceptance. This is your soul’s true longing. To love yourself, exactly as you are. Once you do, then loving and getting along with others becomes natural and easy. Finding the right person for you becomes easy too, because once you know and truly love who you are, you won’t settle for anyone less than the right one who you’ll want to share your life with. Someone who wants what you want, and wants to have it with you.

I'm sure you've heard it said that before you can fully love someone else, you must first love and accept yourself. A person who loves and accepts themselves is whole, complete, and confident. It's what makes you attractive to someone else who is also whole, complete and confident. And isn't that the kind of person you want to be with?

When you love and accept yourself, all your relationships have the potential to be deep and meaningful because you're bringing your true self to every encounter. People will notice the change in you, and will want to know how you made those changes. 

I can help you to learn and develop a daily practice of self-love and acceptance so you can enjoy a life filled with deep and meaningful relationships, self-confidence, and inner peace. To have the life you’ve always wanted, but never thought was possible. Take the next step. Schedule a complimentary coaching session with me and let’s explore what it is you really want, and how I can help. 

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