We all sometimes need to hear stories of people who have fought for love and made it out better on the other side. We so often hear about people who haven't made it, break up, get divorced and go their separate ways. Not everyone walks that road though, some actually not only stay together, but are better on the other side.
Need some inspiriting stories for your heart and relationship? Check out the link below. Love is ALWAYS worth fighting for - good luck Seekers!
Check there stories out HERE!
This week we gave you THREE relationship challenges to help strengthen your bond and intimacy. Research shows that acts of kindness go a long way in relationships. (Check out more on that HERE.) So if you are looking for a closer bond and to grow in emotional intimacy here are three challenges for you to try with your partner.
We all know there are few things better than a solid partnership & LOVE - so why not test them out for yourself!
We all know relationships have their challenges. Having been married and with my partner for over a decade, I saw the good and bad of marriage, and even though it didn't work out, I loved it all. I am a strong believer in love, in partnership and in the growth that can come on so many levels in relationships.
There are sometimes, however, that a relationship is worth walking away from and the pain that comes with that can be complex and layered. So before you decide it's time to end things, we wanted to give you FIVE things to do to try and save your relationship. The end of a partnership is hard enough, you don't want to add regret to the list, so walking away, knowing you tried EVERYTHING is one way to eliminate a more complicated grief. *(These tips apply to any relationship, marriage or dating.)*
Stacy Bare is an Army Veteran that after experiencing the wreckage of war, returning home and not feeling like himself, decided to do something about it. In an effort to recreate a more positive experience with the war torn countries he fought in, and knowing about the healing nature of the outdoors, Stacy decided to head back to war torn countries to experience them in a new light and help others do the same. What started as a personal journey has turned into a project called, Adventure Not War. The goal of Adventure Not War is to ski and adventure in all the places where Stacy fought, cleaned up after war, or was supposed to go to war and bring a few friends with him, but also to capture their adventures and share them with soldiers and individuals worldwide to help them create a new lens and new experience around war torn countries.
On today's show Stacy joins Lucia to talk about his experience at war, coming home and the passion and purpose behind Adventure Not War. Stacy also shares how it has changed his life and will change others as well. Sometimes the healing power of nature and adventure goes a long way. Find out more now on WellSeekers!
Family Life Coach Naja Hall expands on her advice on how to rekindle romance if the speak has dimmed. Check out her advice below and leave us comments!
Thanks to Naja Hall, founder of the site Blended and Black for her advice!
This week we are talking about Love and Relationships & to kick it off, we have the next Music Therapy Monday song for you, about the topics we'll be addressing this week!
Check it out below & if you have any questions about relationships and rekindling intimacy, leave us a comment or email us at email@example.com!
Rocking chairs aren't only fun, they also have hidden health benefits that can help reduce stress, anxiety and depression. I tested out the theory for myself in my own backyard oasis and have to say, these simple chairs helped me stay focused, calm and more peaceful with every rock.
Why? Check out the link HERE on the many ways rocking helps you in ALL dimensions of health!
Happy Rocking Seekers!
Are you in a marriage or long term relationship that needs some SIMPLE and REAL LIFE ways to rekindle your romance?
According to a recent Reader's Digest article that you can find here, 15-20% of married couples are in sexless marriages. There are many reasons we can be in sexless marriages, stress, lack of time or lack of emotional connection and intimacy are some of the leading reasons.
In this episode, Family Life Coach & Founder of the website Blended & Black, Naja Hall, joins us to talk about some of the more tangible ways to start to rekindle closeness.
While emotional intimacy is a lengthier topic (and one we will dive into in another episode,) Naja's tips are certain to help re-spark some connection and touch if you are one of the 15-20% wanting to have sex with your partner, but not sure where to start again!
Join us now on WellSeekers!
By Jillian Dominick
For many of us with school-aged children, the approach of summer break can bring up many emotions. As the mother of a very energetic seven year old boy, a big part of me is really excited to have him home for two and a half months so that we can have different adventures and experiences together. I’m excited to have the gift of time to go to the beach; to museums; on hikes; picnic lunches; and to spend time with extended family and friends. At the same time, another part of me feels intimidated by the lack of structure that no school brings, and the idea of SO MUCH TIME to fill. We love our kids to death, and the time we spend with them can be so fulfilling and satisfying. At the same time, for many of us there is also physical tiredness that comes with parenting, and also the emotional exhaustion of constantly relating to another person all day long. That is why this is a good time to anticipate and plan not just for our children’s needs over the summer, but for our own self care needs as well. As the saying goes, and I always think of parenting when I hear this, we can’t pour from an empty cup.
Summer isn't as always as stress-free as we all hope for, especially for parents. No matter your situation, (married, single, working, not working,) summer with kids can sometimes be even more stressful than the school year.
On today's show Lucia talks to Licensed Clinical Social Worker and parent, Jillian Dominick about simple and accessible ways to have a summer that is less stressful and filled with more fun, health and happiness.
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