For years I would lose myself in relationships. I would fall so hard that my life became more about my partner than about my own wants and needs. It came to the point where I didn't even know who I was.
Maybe you've felt the same, or are in a relationship right now where you are scared to lose who you are. Well, then this course is for you. In this course I teach you not only how to maintain your identity within a relationship, but also how to tap into who you are so you know you're worth holding onto.
No materials are needed, all that's required is that you come with an open mind and a commitment to doing the work. The course will be a mix of audio and text.
The point of the course is to introduce you to techniques that you can start applying now. To get you thinking and seeing your life in a different way so that you can begin to take care of yourself within relationships.
By the end of this lecture you'll know exactly why we want to maintain who we are in relationships and be ready to learn how to do so!
Here we'll discuss the first step to keeping ourselves in tact in a relationship. By the end you'll know how to get to know yourself better.
We dive into the second step to maintaining our identity in a relationship and by the end you'll know what is a personal issue and what is a relationship issue.
The third foundation we need to keeping ourselves present in a relationship is making ourselves a priority. By the end you'll understand how important it is to feed yourself first before feeding someone else.
The last building block is one of the most difficult. By the end you'll have a clear way of expressing your wants and needs.
Here you'll be introduced to warning signs that you're starting to lose yourself in a relationship.
Consider this a mini maintenance program to keep yourself in check!
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Cynthia received her B.A. from Bard College and her M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. She has written for national and international publications including: BBC Travel, Yoga Journal, VegNews, Bridal Guide Magazine, Black Book Magazine City Guides, Pregnancy Magazine, The Jerusalem Post and more. Online she has written for, , Elephant Journal, and is a contributor to and and blogs for the She has written (Ediciones La Libreria, May 2011), and is at work on a memoir. Cynthia is also a who coaches authors for publication