When you feel loved is it an actual feeling or is it a thought or picture?
Have you discovered your own specific, key strategies for feeling loved?
Have you discovered your partners key strategies for feeling loved?
Relationships require love, care and encouragement to grow and thrive. True communication requires both parties being present and actively listening. When we give ourselves and our relationships these qualities, we are watering our victory gardens.
We all need nurturing. People are so much more sensitive then they like to admit. Aren’t you? We adults are little kids in big bodies. We are like the beautiful flowers in nature’s garden. We need sun, water and fertile soil to grow. We need to be loved, encouraged and acknowledged.
A friend shared the following profound quote with me:
“We are not responding to this instant if we are judging any aspect of it.
The ego looks for what to criticize.
This always involves comparing with the past.
But love looks upon the world peacefully and accepts.
The ego searches for shortcomings and weaknesses.
Love watches for any sign of strength.
It sees how far each one has come and not how far he has to go.
How simple it is to love, and exhausting it is always to find fault,
for every time we see a fault we think something needs to be done about it.
Love knows that nothing is ever needed but more love.
It is what we all do with our hearts that affects others most deeply.
It is not the movements of our body or the words within our mind that transmits love.
We love from heart to heart.”
Gerald G. Jampolsky
“Teach Only Love”
Water your own victory garden and acknowledge, recognize and appreciate the people in your life – including YOU!
The MEGA Coach
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