You Are Priceless

Do you understand how priceless you are? Have you look in the mirror to see the perfect dimensions of your face. Your eyes are the exact distance away from each other.  Your eyebrows created a unique shape that compliments you and only you. Your nose is precisely centered in the middle of your face, your mouth a couple inches below is also centered.  The two hearing devices that you use are in the exact spot opposite of each other.  When you smile your beautiful teeth appear and the smile creates an amazing image that compares to none other, but you.   Inside your mouth your tongue  has taste buds that allow you to taste anything that is bitter, sour, salty, or sweet. NO money in the world can replace how well you are put together.  Your sight…….Priceless!!!   Your hearing…… Priceless!!!  Being able to smell…… Priceless!!!   Your ability to taste……Priceless!!!   Take time to know your value and your worth.  Remember you cannot be given a price tag.  Don’t focus on what has happened to you in the past or what will happen to you. Your past does not define you.  Remember that you are on your life’s journey.  The experiences that you live are for your gain to make you stronger and wiser, but not a cause for loss of self worth and value. YOU Are Priceless…….

Tackle Relationship Fears

We create in our minds what happens in our relationships. Tackle your relationship fears.  Do not let your fears stop you from being in a relationship. Some people may be afraid of getting into a relationship because they may not be able to handle the stresses and anxieties in the relationship. Well here are some tips to help manage these stresses and fears.

Let the relationship flow. Expectations are killers in a relationship.  Don’t assume what may or may not take place in a relationship. Sometimes we fill our minds with negative thoughts of things that may take place, but find that they never do.  Instead, focus on what is happening now. If a problem does arise, then you can try to figure out what you can do to fix the problem. Until then, take it one step at a time.

Try to learn why you are feeling anxious. Ask yourself, what is it about relationships that scares you or makes you anxious? Think about it and try to figure out what is the basis of your fears and anxieties. If you do not know, then ask a professional.

Once you know what is causing your fears, you will be able to tackle these stressors. Practice makes perfect. As you learn to deal with these particular fears, you will gain the confidence needed for being in a relationship.

Remember that being in a relationship with someone doesn’t mean that you have to marry the person. There are all kinds of relationships. There are friendships, dating relationships, more serious relationships, and others. Find the type of relationships that make you feel comfortable and take it from there.

If you still have trouble in dealing with the stress and fears of a relationship, then maybe it’s time to focus on you. Take time for yourself until you have dealt with past issues that may have caused you to build up these fears.  Also remember that everyone is different and have different levels of toleration, patience, and different ways in which they function in relationships.  Don’t start a new relationship with old experiences still lingering in your mind.

If needed, speak with a counselor and or life coach to obtain guidance.  This help will guide you in identifying what is necessary for you to move forward and how to handle your fears and anxieties. He or she will also work with you as long as it will take for you to feel comfortable in managing your stresses and anxieties.

Remember that managing the stresses and fears of a relationship can be managed with a little effort and persistence.