When people are asked on their deathbeds about their regrets, spending more time in the office doesn’t get mentioned. It’s usually broken relationships that cause the most regret. Maybe we can learn this lesson earlier, while there’s still time to do something about it?
How’s your primary relationship going? Unfortunately, it’s usually one of the first things to go, as you climb the ladder of success. It’s far too easy to convince yourself that work is the main priority. The trouble is that is often ends up being all that’s left. Partners often get distant emotionally, then actually leave.
Or maybe you’ve never even taken the time to focus on relationship? It’s never too late, even though you might not know where to start. Dating has changed a lot since you were a teenager. How do you figure that out?
Even more important is the realisation that there’s love to be found in all kinds of connections, not just with a primary partner. Love can be shared between friends, or found with pets, even nature, and hobbies and activities.
Don’t short change yourself by thinking that there’s only one way to get love: with a primary partner. That’s just one pathway, although in the West, it’s the one we’ve all been encouraged to seek, often by ignoring all the other ways.
I can help you make sense of this area, which can be a minefield if you’ve not focused on it for a while.
If you’d like some help, contact me now. I don’t have all the answers, but I have some very good questions, and together we can figure out what works best for you.