transitions in marriage

End of year reflections for couples: transition seamlessly

The turn of the year is a beautiful time for reflection. 

Having an annual pause for reflection helps us identify where we want to grow and how we want to change in the coming year.  

We reflect on our year and set personal resolutions for a better year to come.

Yet few of us use this awareness review and renew with our partner.  Give your love the attention it deserves, start a new awareness practice this season.  

Download this totally free 4-Part Annual Relationship Renewal Series and you'll get my simple process to reconnect with meaning and transform your partnership with intention as the year turns. 

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"The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it and join the dance."  

- ALAN WATTS

You're at a transition point together, looking forward to a new year, and looking back at the past.  

Over the last two days, we've reviewed many of the strengths you share and areas for growth in your partnership.  You're ready to grow.

But before we can move forward, like the leaves in fall, we must release and let go for a wintry transition.  Use today's guide to help you tie up loose ends and resolve necessary resentments as you move on to a bright and shiny new year.

Once again, give yourself time to sit on your own and reflect on these and write out your responses.  Use the power of your written words to cultivate new meaning together.

Check in and share with your partner only after you've had time to really get clear on your own.  Then for each response, they give notice your inner responses and try to ask for more information.  Notice what shows up for you, but try to stay open to what they have to share.  

Today's work requires openness and accountability of both of you.  But this is essential to moving forward into that bright new year.

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