In this week’s episode, I talk about why every relationship falls “out of love” and why the “in love” period is temporary. Then I go on to talk about the process that a couple MUST go through if they want to find “true love” with the one they are with.
I wish someone would have shared this little nugget with me, and that’s why I’m sharing it with you.
Knowing that EVERY single intimate relationship will fall “out of love” could have saved me from so much of the shame I felt when, once again, I thought I was destined to end another relationship to continue the search for the “right one.”
First, there is no “right one” out there.
No human on the planet won’t trip your switch unless they’re on guard around the clock, and I’d guess you wouldn’t find that so attractive anyway.
Second, when you know the “in love” phase is temporary, you won’t make it mean something has gone wrong. Instead, you’ll start the work to prepare for what comes next: the love stage of building trust.
As you build trust in your relationship, that’s when you start creating the juicy, good “true love” phase of marriage.
The best news I have for you is that it doesn’t matter how many years it’s been since you’ve fallen out of love.
You can start creating true love anytime you decide it’s worthwhile.
I think today is the best day to start that process!
I am a marriage coach helping women and couples turn their loveless & emotionless marriage into something better than they ever imagined possible. My process starts by looking within to understand how you got here, and from this place, we work together to figure out where you want to go. Then we do the work of making that your reality!
If you feel sad and completely powerless about your marriage’s state of affairs, then I’d love to chat with you about what is going on and what’s possible for you and your future. It’s never too late to re-create your best life. Schedule a free mini-session today, and let’s talk about how to get started.