Love The One You’re With

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What a good idea, don’t you think, to LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH, whether we’re talking about loving you or someone else?  And since there’s a strong connection between how much you love and accept yourself and how happy you are in a relationship, you could say that everything really starts with loving you. 

I’m excited about my upcoming course for women starting in April, called LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH.  This course is the cream layer of what I’ve learned in 40 years about relationships. Over 7 weeks, course participants will learn 6 pivotal changes that offer beneficial and immediately applicable shifts in perspective right where you want them, along with valuable and life-enhancing tools for improving your relationship.

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If I had known even two of the six pivotal changes and put them into practice, it would have changed the direction of my life entirely.

If someone had told me when I was about 20 years old that I was working perfectly, that there was nothing wrong with me, and nothing to fix, I am sure I would have looked at them quite quizzically.   Maybe I would have asked for some evidence. 

And if I had asked for evidence, maybe they would have told me the proof that everything about me is working perfectly is that there is something I’m really good at.  (And everyone else in the world is good at this, as well.)

They would have sat me down and told me that I was really good at producing the results I produce.  I’m a master of my own outcomes.   The only question is, “Do I like those outcomes?  Am I producing the results I want?”

They might have told me that there’s a big secret the adults who raised us probably didn’t teach us, or operate from.   If they didn’t teach us, it simply means they forgot the secret themselves. They didn’t teach it to us because they couldn’t.  

Most parents didn’t tell us that we have within us a built-in, surefire way of determining what’s on track for us and what’s not. What’s right for us, what’s not so much. What brings out our talents and inner knowing, and what doesn’t.  What makes us shiny happy, bursting with enthusiasm, and ready to take on the world, vs. what makes us discouraged, reticent, or even mad-as-a-hornet-angry.

If they didn’t teach us, it’s because they forgot it themselves, even though I believe with all my heart that we come into this life knowing fully how to make decisions beneficial to who we are and where we’re headed. 

So the course will begin with remembering that everything about you is working perfectly.  We’ll talk about the evidence for that, and make sure this idea is our “solid ground.”  Then we’ll remember and revive our inner guidance system, which changes everything.  That’s for starters. 

After that, we’ll work with other questions over the seven weeks that we’re together.  Here are a few.

  • What is one of the most deeply powerful influences on male-female relationships that almost everyone ignores? How could this set of information work to your advantage if you knew what it was and how it works?
  • What are three personal philosophies that help create a consistently positive flow in your relationship and in your life?
  • Why does change feel so strange at first?   
  • What are five easy-to-remember steps to change?
  • What’s the connection between thought, feeling and outcome? How does knowing this help you change?
  • What moves your relationship from average to brilliant? What changes it from “going through the motions,” to more fun and satisfying?

 I hope you’ll join me in answering those questions, and in doing so, creating positive momentum in your relationship. There are only eight seats available in this first course, but there will be more. If you’d like to find out more about this unique course, or if you’d like to participate, click over now. 

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Terri Crosby

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