Archive: October, 2014

October 17, 2014

Shower Your Partner with Love is HERE!

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With so many things competing for our attention, it’s easy to put your relationship on the back burner. When there are deadlines at work, wee ones tugging on your sleeve or dust bunnies the size of elephants taking over you home – showering your partner with love is often not even on your radar.

Shower Your Partner with love is three weeks dedicated to you and your partner. Three weeks of love and attention and romance and intimacy. Three weeks to take you from comfortable to connected – from after thought to after glow.

This self-study PDF is for anyone who is in a loving relationship and wants –

  • To feel more connected
  • More romance
  • To make their relationship a priority
  • More joy in their relationship
  • Greater ease with sex or talking about sex (and more pleasure, passion or connection during sex)
  • to focus on the positive in your relationship
  • Tangible ways to help your partner feel loved and for your partner to help you feel loved
  • Daily connection or shared ritual in your relationship
  • More kindness in your relationship

What we’ll cover –

  • Specific ways you feel loved and how to share them with your partner
  • Cultivating gratitude in and for your relationship
  • Creating daily connection – no more ships just passing in the night
  • Ways to interrupt negative cycles and ways to create positive ones (love begets love, passion begets passion, hope begets hope)
  • Deepening intimacy – in and out of the bedroom
  • Sex – you know I couldn’t host a class for couples without throwing sex in there!
  • Romance
  • Small things you can do to make your relationship a priority
  • Giving and Receiving
  • And More…

How it works –

The online course took place earlier this fall. You can now purchase the complete PDF that includes video, audio, writing prompts, activities and exercises. The PDF is laid out so you can complete it in three weeks or do it at your own pace. I’ve given you something to do with your partner or for your relationship each day for three weeks.

I also included a bonus 21 ways to shower your partner with love after you complete the course!

It’s a tune up for your relationship. Three weeks dedicated to your love. Three weeks where you can really focus on each other. Three weeks where you can feel adored and also adore your partner.

Cost: $59

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You wouldn’t expect your garden to grow without tending it. You don’t expect your car to run without filling it with gas or changing the oil. Your relationship (and your partner) will flourish when you put some energy toward it.

Filed under: Class, Communication, Gratitude, Intimacy, Love, Marriage, Relationship, Vulnerability — admin @ 9:40 am

October 13, 2014

Do you prioritize your relationship?

I love you blocks

  • You make sure you meet your deadlines at work, even if it means putting in extra hours.
  • You get up in the night with your sick child.
  • You put on a smile when you see your mail carrier, hair dresser, butcher or favorite barista.
  • You schedule workouts, nights with friends, doctors appointment and meeting with your child’s teacher.
  • You pick up the phone when your friend needs support.
  • You make sure to walk your dog and give him an extra pet, kiss or scratch when you come home each day.

What about your partner?

How do you prioritize your relationship?

Having a partner can feel so great. He or she can be a great anchor or constant, someone who makes your life easier.

Do you take that for granted?

How do you show your appreciation or love?

How do you let your partner know how much you value him or her?

How do you prioritize your relationship?

A relationship (just like anything) will not prioritize itself. You will need to make some effort.

  • Do you have a weekly date night?
  • Do you go away for an overnight at a hotel?
  • Do you spent 15 minutes checking in, talking or cuddling before bed?
  • Do you send loving text messages during the day?
  • Do you bring your partner a gift or a treat or a card?
  • Do you make time for each other?

How do you prioritize your relationship?

If you aren’t sure if you are prioritizing your relationship, ask your partner.

If you would like some ideas on how you can make your relationship a priority, check out these links.

Create rituals for your relationship

Recharge your relationship

Connect daily with your partner

Small ways to say “I love you”

On October 15th, the self-study version of my Shower Your Partner with Love e-course will be available. Doing this class together is a GREAT way to prioritize your relationship and help you and your partner feel loved and connected.

Filed under: Marriage, Relationship — admin @ 2:04 pm