I’m guessing you believe that choosing to be happy is selfish, that it’s your responsibility to make sure everybody’s needs and wants are taken care of, certainly ahead of your own.
But here’s the thing:
Being happy, far from being a luxury, is not only fundamental for your health and wellbeing – physical, emotional and mental; it also creates an environment that nurtures those around you in ways you can’t even begin to imagine.
And something else you might not have thought of:
Happiness is the by-product that spring from a variety of behaviours – having your needs and wants met (by yourself and others), extending gestures of kindness (to yourself and others), showing your appreciation to those around you, focusing on the things you love about them instead of the things that irritate you – those and many more are the building-blocks of happiness as well as good health and wellbeing.
A vital component of happiness is confidence, the knowledge that you are deserving of love and respect – as are those around you.
This is how you create an environment where you and the people in your life feel loved, valued and appreciated which, in turn, lifts your and their physical, emotional and mental health.
Sounds too good to be true?
I’m Sue and my passion is to enable couples to be happy (as individuals and as a couple) so they can create a loving environment for themselves and others, and live longer, healthier and happier lives.
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It’s not only about our love for others, romantic or otherwise but, most of all, it’s about our love for ourselves. More than that, it’s about self-respect.
Because our relationship with ourselves forms the foundation of all our other relationships.
Because, whether we love ourselves or not, whether we respect ourselves or not, whether we trust ourselves or not, it subconsciously determines how other people relate to us. Carelessly, thoughtlessly, casually, critically – or thoughtfully, with consideration, love and, yes, respect – however long that relationship. People take us at our own valuation.
I have lived a life rich in joy and pain, disappointments and triumphs, failures and victories. I have suffered, as I’m sure you too have suffered or, perhaps, are still suffering.
In the many years since I left my marriage aged nearly 60, I went on to create a life filled with love, happiness and meaning.
Best of all, only months after I turned 70, I met Paul, a most wonderful man who turned out to be my soulmate, my lover, my friend, my partner.
I soon discovered that meeting somebody wonderful is the easy part. The challenge is how to maintain that relationship.
Thanks to the barren 37 years of my marriage I learned what does not work in a relationship, and how my loneliness and unhappiness significantly affected my health.
Today, being with Paul showed me how to build a relationship that is strong and loving; a relationship that lasts.
And what is amazing, is that I have never felt better, that I’m healthier than I’ve ever been!
And I’m in no way unique.
Research shows that our health and our happiness are closely linked.
That’s what makes me uniquely qualified to show you how to build both strong and loving relationships – as an individual and as a couple – and a vibrant state of being.
If you’re ready to embrace happiness, then book a FREE call with me below.
Together we can create the life and relationships you deserve.