How to Stop Losing Yourself in Romantic Relationships
How to Stop Losing Yourself In Romantic Relationships
November 7, 2018 • Love & Relationships
I had just turned 16 years old when I met the love of my life. I still remember it like it was yesterday. We were young and in love and completely infatuated with each other. Almost a decade and a half later, we're still in each others lives. We know each other better than anyone else and the love that we share for one another is out of this world. (Not to mention, we’re raising a pretty rad kid together).
That said, no relationship is perfect. We've definitely had our ups and our downs and if I could go back in time and talk to my younger self, there are some things I would definitely want to say to her. The first—and probably most important—thing I'd tell her is "don't forget who you are."
Being in love is exciting. It sweeps you off your feet and makes you feel things that only being in love can make you feel. It's powerful. It's also easy to lose yourself; to forget who you are; to make your entire life about them and their needs and completely neglect your own.
In this week's video, I'm sharing 3 tips for maintaining your sense of self in romantic relationships.
After you give it a watch, I’d love to hear from you. Which tip resonated with you the most? One, two, or three? Comment below to let me know! 👇🏾
For more on this topic join me on November 18th for my 3-week course, Relationships That Liberate: An Online Course on Love, Accountability & Liberation in the Aquarian Age.
I'm Demetria — Author, Women’s Liberation Coach & Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Teacher for soulful women carving unconventional paths to liberation at the intersection of spirituality and social justice.
I run an inspiring, freedom-focused online community of soulful, sovereign, justice-driven women called The Aquarian Woman Freedom School. Our purpose? To disrupt, subvert and dismantle traditional power structures by first exploring how they manifest in our own lives.
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