This Father’s Day ladies, I invite you to remember that underneath that manly exterior, is a huge heart that is nourished by praise, just as much as a woman’s heart adores appreciation. If there’s an elephant in the living room, an issue that’s still. It resolved, be willing to say sorry first and ask how you can make it better. You’re not condoning what happened, you’re choosing to move toward this man, you GET to be with and create what works for your relationship and family. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew7OG1CNNgU
This takes courage for sure, takes willingness to go first. Takes humility. And yet it comes down to the choice for peace, connection, growth, intimacy. Or the choice to stay separate, not present, still wounded, if not poisoned inside. And if you need support in this bold courageous act of truce, get help. Just interviewed Diana Kirschner on Intimate Conversations today. She reminded me (a coach!) of the importance of a loving mentor.
Doing this whole thing called LIFE, by ourselves, is a huge burden to carry. Having a loving mentor, guide, champion to see the best in you lifts you up. This might be a time to check out my men’s or women’s DVD/CDs.
I designed the programs as webinars with 2 private sessions included. With a kind, loving, encouraging and straight presence on your side, you can do anything. And if you do decide to take action and get welcome a love mentor into your life such as my DVD and coaching, sometimes the best way a couple can do this is for each to go through the program. This way no one’s to blame. Both are taking 100% responsibility for themselves and neither has to play Teacher/Mentor and extinguish the polarity and passion of your relationship, for I AM the mentor supporting you each to heal, find your truth and express your authentic best self with one another.
And so, no matter how you choose to move forward, if you choose to let something go, apologize or get the ‘his and hers’ DVDs, do this act as a Gift of your love for the other, as a Gift for the relationships’ success, not as a manipulation to get him to apologize or change…Kay? Yes, you can do it! Deliciously, Allana Oxox
Dear Lover for Men: http://goallana.com/dear-lover-with-allana-pratt/
Radiance for Women: http://allanapratt.com/radiance/