As we welcome the 2023 New Year, some of us are celebrating and others are mourning, grieving, or perhaps hoping for new beginnings. One thing we can all agree on is that the New Year brings new hope. This week we are talking all about how to find epic love and embrace our relationships.
Imagine a world where dating in your 30s, 40s, and 50s is fun, but today’s guest believes it can be! A feminine dating coach with over ten years of experience, Lilli Bewley is joining us today. With hundreds of hours of coaching behind her and amazing resources available to guide women to find fulfillment in relationships.
Lilli brings a mindset shift to our conversation today when she unpacks her belief that love is a skill.
“I’ve come to realize through my development and watching my clients, having an epic love extraordinary relationship is actually a skill.”
When you hear that at face value, it might take a moment for it to absorb. But when Lilli further explains, it makes amazing sense.
Furthermore, Lilli reveals her greatest learnings about love and the skill of building better relationships. Drawing on her own experiences and what she has observed in her clients, she unpacks the different dating archetypes. And what each one’s dating life tends to look like. Tune in today to hear all this & more. Including, finding ways that you + your partner can celebrate each other.
Emphasizing on the importance of self-love being the center of everything. But also acknowledging that self-love is so much harder than just simply buying it off the shelf. Lilli opens up a lot of great thinking-paths and really helps one identify self-love. Including boundaries which in turn creates a magnetic force in the romantic realm.
“Self-love for me, is, do your actions, your behaviors, your thoughts, line up with what you think to be true? What does self-love feel like? What does self-love act like?”
In this episode, you will be provided with a variety of resources, tools and knowledge.
If you enjoyed today’s episode, take it back a week and tune into Why Boundaries are Important to your Mental Health.