I love February! It’s cold and bleak in Minnesota so my hubby and I spend the first two weeks vacationing in Hawaii but also because it is considered the month of love. Obviously, Valentine’s Day has something to do with that; it’s intended to be a day full of love, romance, and chocolate! In the weeks leading up to V-Day, there are dozens of commercials on TV depicting people L-O-V-E. Let’s be honest, love is more than Kisses and Hallmark cards. Has it ever occurred to you that what you don’t know about love could affect your relationships?
However, these relationships can be complicated. Certainly, new relationships whether you’ve found a new friend or a love interest can be fun and exciting but they can also be incredibly awkward, too!
Actually, all relationships can fell equally as strange and uncomfortable at times even with those we are closest to. Each one of us is an individual and comes with different experiences, thoughts, ideas, and skills.
Think of people like an onion and relationships like a really BIG one! Have you ever tried to peel an onion? Lots of layers. Even with people you’ve known for a long time, you may never get through all of their layers.
Relationships have many layers, too but they don’t have to be difficult!
It’s pretty tough to enjoy and share love without having meaningful long-lasting relationships in our lives.
All types of relationships.
Guess which one gets overlooked the most. (You’ll have to watch to find out) 🙂
Have ever said to yourself :
- I need to take better care of myself
- Why can’t I get my ideas across at work
- I wish had a better connection with my kids
- I want my partner to understand me and what I want
- I’d really like to have stronger friendships and connections with the people in my life
Get your pen and paper ready because you might want to take notes! Listen to the replay of our captivating conversation in which we answer the question: I wonder how I can create meaningful, long-lasting relationships in my life?
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Hi, I’m Denise Stegall,
As a speaker, teacher, transformational life coach, and curator of Living Healthy List my experience ignites ideas, conversation, and connection. I am a connector, a leader who radiates emotional intelligence, strength, positivity, resilience, and a zest for life!
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I earned my Bachelors’s Degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Business Management with a focus on nutrition, experience in the hospitality industry and has certifications in Health Coaching, Life Coaching, Nutrition, ETP and Plant-Based Cooking.
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