page Make Yourself a Priority
Make yourself a priority. When we’re in a relationship, we tend to put our partner’s needs above our own. Put the focus back on yourself. What activities bring you joy? What do you love to do that you stopped doing? What do you need? As Steinorth said, you might participate in a class you’ve wanted to try, join a gym or take a trip you’ve always dreamed of. It can be incredibly healing to focus on your needs and desires (In fact, this is key whether you’re single or in a relationship).
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