Since this week is Valentine’s week, let’s talk a bit about relationships!
Often I hear from people that they feel their partner shows them less love and attention than they want (or at least less than they themselves give). When this happens, that person often wants to limit the love they will express to their partner, their feelings get hurt, they feel rejected, or they feel they only want to give in the same quantity they are receiving.
I suggest going hog crazy this week! (every week, for that matter)!
Love your partner no matter what. Work to make your expressions of love louder and more powerful than your rejection or hurt feelings. I want to be clear that I am only talking about expressions of love. Not money or chores. Only the kisses, hugs, and “I love you’s” in every form. It could be love letters, texts, emails, or spoken words.
You cannot love too much. Often our feelings of deprivation block our ability to see what is being given to us. In addition to that, operating in a calculated world ultimately causes a sense of limitation. Moving out of limitations may open up yourself and your relationship in ways you’d always hoped for.
I love you, cherish you, and send you wishes for all that open-heartedness brings!