This valentine's day, make a fresh vow. Rekindle the lost magic by committing to work on your relationship - whether with a loved one or your own self!
(PRWEB) February 13, 2015
Valentine’s Day is round the corner. It’s that time of the year when words like ‘love’ ‘romance’ and ‘relationships’ are on the minds of most people, irrespective of whether they are in a relationship, contemplating getting into one or reminiscing about the past.
As people around the world celebrate the festival of love, a lot of them find themselves introspecting and wondering about their own relationship with their partner, or waiting for the right partner to come along.
There are a lot of seemingly picture perfect couples around town, who seem to have everything going for them, and their relationship seems to be straight out of a fairy-tale. It might seem like magic to someone looking from the outside, but there’s more to a happy relationship; it grows from mutual trust and openness between the two partners.
For any relationship to thrive, both partners have to be committed to making it work. Relationships are like flowers in a garden. If nurtured with love and affection, they bloom beautifully, filling life with their fragrance. But if neglected, it doesn’t take long for a relationship to wither and become an eyesore. There are no relationships in this world which do not face problems or crisis. But the difference lies in how the problems are dealt with.
People who find themselves blaming their partners for everything, who fail to communicate openly or feel that they are growing apart benefit from speaking to a professional relationship expert. Research shows that couples who seek professional help for their relationship have a much higher success rate at resolving their issues and staying together than those who don’t. With its focus on conflict resolution and communication patterns, counselling gives couples and individuals an opportunity to take a closer look at the most important aspect of their life, and bridge the gap that may have grown between partners. Single men and women who might have a low self-esteem can also benefit by working on their relationship with themselves.
We are living in an age where professional help is just a mouse-click away. HealthEminds is one such platform that gives people the opportunity to connect with relationship experts like counsellors, coaches and psychologists, through online video sessions. It offers a number of different therapy services that can help in handling issues such as parenting, relationships, insecurities, motivation life coaching and nutritional wellness to name a few.
So this Valentine’s Day, Healtheminds encourages people to work on rekindling the spark their relationships, and reconnect with their real self, and embark on the journey to a more wholesome and fulfilled life.