The quality of our relationships shapes the quality of our lives. This month on the Girlfriend Doctor Show and in the Girlfriend Doctor Club, we’re talking about resetting and reviving our relationships so that we can live longer, happier lives. This week, I talked with soulmate expert and bestselling author, Arielle Ford, about to find love, keep love, and most importantly BE love.
We’re all searching for a true soulmate connection. If you’ve found it, I am so happy for you, but I also want you to nurture your relationship so it keeps growing and evolving. Arielle is one of my all-time favorite people to talk to about matters of the heart, because I love how her inspirational message pairs with her practical, no-nonsense advice. She was a first time bride at 44 years old, so she has been on both sides of this journey and has so much wisdom to share. In this episode we talk about:
The five essential components of a successful relationship.
How to turn the “irreconcilable differences” in your relationship into strengths.
How to make your heart a magnet for romantic love.
As Arielle says, love is not just a feeling. Love is a behavior. It’s a choice. It’s a way of being. It’s what I want for myself, and it’s definitely what I want for you too. I know you’ll live a longer, healthier and more satisfying life if you have love in it.
And I don’t want you to think you have to be perfect to find or keep love In your life. We all have core wounds, and the person you find as your soulmate will be your healer. In my Sexual CPR course (link), I teach my students that no matter how they’re feeling about themselves or their partners, they can learn to tap into deeper intimacy and connection, and begin the journey of healing.
It takes work to find love and stay in love, and it takes insight to learn how to BE love. But we can get there – together.