Some thoughts as we begin 2017...
One of the most popular traditions of the New Year is of course, the New Years Resolution. There is a wealth of New Years “bah humbug” on the net as bloggers complain that most resolutions are broken within a day or two. But I don't see anything wrong with them at all. In fact, when my son was very young and I wasn’t going out on New Year’s Eve, it became a tradition of mine to seize the opportunity for reflection on the past year and write goals for the year to come.
None of us are perfect. Is there actually anyone alive that can honestly say they’ve never broken a New Year’s Resolution? I highly doubt it. But that shouldn’t stop anyone from making this time of year meaningful. It’s healthy to truly take stock of how far you’ve come, acknowledge your achievements and feel gratitude for all that you have. It’s also just as valuable to consider how you might do things better and strive for personal growth by setting more personal goals too.
As a dating coach, I’m focussed on helping women obtain their dating and relationship goals, whatever they may be. If your goal is to obtain the relationship and marriage of which dreams are made, I would like to