Updated: Feb 20, 2019
Healthy relationships start with the relationship you have with your self.
How many times are we looking for that special someone who makes us feel complete, loved, cared for, safe or any other number of wonderful things?
We look to fill those gaps externally by adding someone to our lives and hoping they will be the right one that brings us happiness.
When you find the right person, they can help you feel safe and loved.
This all sounds great right? You're not telling me anything I don’t already know.
The issue is we often give all our power over to them. This puts more pressure on them to keep you happy and you become codependent.
Codependent meaning your emotions roller coaster up and down based on how their day went. Their day was great so you feel good and love life. When their day does not produce good things, your emotions take a dive.
This can be because of low self-esteem and self worth issues.
Low self-esteem and codependency often show up together.
Low self-esteem is a silent killer; it can cripple you from living your life the way you want to.
Sometimes we feel unworthy to accept the blessings in our life and actually push them away.
When you truly love yourself you take control of your life.
How would you like to wake up and look forward to your day regardless of what mood your special someone is in?
How about feeling safe enough to step out of your comfort zone?
Maybe you want a new job.
Maybe you want to learn to dance.
Or maybe you want to go back to school.
Everything you have read is leading up to this one thing.
Spend more time working on you than anything else.
The relationship you have with your self is the longest one you will ever be involved in. Make sure you treat yourself right, love yourself and respect yourself. If you do, you will have superior relationships with others.
Hypnosis has proven to help support positive change in the lives of many people. Through hypnosis you are able to release the things that no longer serve you and move forward in your life.
Still want a better relationship with your partner?
Take the first step and explore the relationship you have with your self.
Brian Gray CHT.