Watering plants with intimate relationships

Watering plants with intimate relationships

Watering plants with intimate relationships

Watering plants with intimate relationships In today's fast-paced world, it becomes difficult to lose time and connect, even to those we love so much.

    However, the consequences of moving forward regarding "to get that email sent" or "those dishes were done" are very serious.

    When we let go of perfection and remember the sweetness of connection, our weight becomes lighter and we remember that we are not doing it alone.

    Today I want to talk about the connection. This is something we all want more and is something that in today's culture, many of us lack.

    We do not have real relationships with friends, family members, and even the people who are closest to us: our partners.

    Our society does not give us priority to build relationships. There are phones, text messaging and social media, of course, but that's not what I'm talking about.

    I'm talking about a heart-to-heart relationship that can only happen when phones are put down and we can slow down enough to actually take each other.

    If you have children, it is only more challenging to make room to connect. But what happens when we don't make the connection primarily?

    Our relationships are like those plants that need proper nutrition to grow and they stop and eventually die.

    We sometimes feel like we are just doing tag-team parenting and passing like ships at night.

    We have realized that we need to slow down and make more time to connect - even if it means the blog post is not written or the house is not cleaned. It is important to let go of perfection and give time to water the relationship.

    Watering your relationship is not like going out for a fancy dinner and a Broadway show (however it may be). It can also be about taking ten minutes at the end of a busy day, sitting next to each other and checking in and having a few minutes heart connection.

    It can be about taking an extra ten seconds to hug and kiss your partner goodbye, rather than rushing out the door and shouting, "Love ya bye again!"

    When we make space to build relationships with our partners, everything becomes easier. Connection lightens our load and helps us remember that we are not doing all this alone.

    It helps us reconnect with what happened to this person initially. And it brings a lightness to the routine of every day life.

    It helps us connect with gratitude and when we are grateful for what we have, we see the world in a completely different way.

    What can be a week that you can slow down this week and connect with a partner or friend? Notice how it changes your perception and makes you feel more full inside.

    Are you a highly sensitive woman struggling with infection and unsure of which path to take? I am a certified professional coach who received my training from Leadership the Works.

    My specialty is helping highly sensitive women navigate the transition period with greater ease and less anxiety.

    I partner with you to create customized tools so that you are able to access the inner knowledge that resides within you.

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