Learn 3 surprising ways you block having what you want in your relationships (and life) and how to unblock yourself.
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If that made you go, “YES!” — I have news for you: you’re not alone. It’s totally possible to be a creative genius AND in a thriving relationship without feeling like you’re cheating on one when you're with the other. Care to talk about it?
If that made you go, “YES!” — I have news for you: you’re not alone. It’s totally possible to be a creative genius AND in a thriving relationship without feeling like you’re cheating.
Care to talk more?
You love your craft, and you kick ass with your work. It brings out the best in you and ignites your soul. You feel on purpose - on fire doing what you love.
But it's not the same at home...and it’s killing your confidence.
Your relationship drains you instead of recharging your heart.
You long to be yourself with someone who doesn't try to change you, who celebrates what a passionate, extraordinary individual you can be.
And you’re wondering why it feels like such a challenge all the freaking time to stay in love!
Can we be honest? You’re struggling, maybe even drowning in waves of self-criticism. You know you’re hot s*** with your talents, but wow, when love is a struggle, how do you even focus on the work you really want to enjoy?!
If your relationship isn’t where you want it to be, my guess is the culprit might be in the mirror.
Your creative genius doesn’t have permission to thrive in your relationship because you’re probably focused on the wrong details.
Spoiler alert: you may have some stuff to work on. And that’s okay. Congrats, you’re human!
While working on your stuff is crucial, healing alone won’t give you the depth of fulfillment and joy you crave.
When you're focused on healing, you’re trying to fix something you see as broken or flawed instead of carving out space for your creativity in every area of your life.
Your creative work may be the only place you can show up and be yourself. Maybe this was your escape from who you were pressured to be in your family, school, and community.
And now, this pressure has followed you into your love life, and you feel torn between your two loves: your craft and your special someone.
That’s why you’re here: you hate this feeling. It’s exhausting. It’s a love triangle that seems unsolvable.
I’m here to prove to you that there’s hope. I've seen again and again that you can have a great relationship when you change your focus from trying to fix yourself (or your partner) to becoming a relationship artist.
Wounds heal as you work with me, but since we're focused on freeing your creative genius, your relationship has a chance to deepen into a whole other level of fulfillment and joy that you couldn’t access before.
Your creativity may be the only place you can show up and be yourself. Maybe this was your escape from who you were pressured to be in your family, school, and community.
When you give yourself permission to truly be you, all the love, peace, harmony, and sexiness you desire will glide into your life on a silver platter.
You’ll feel lighter, more aligned than ever before.
You’ll be more in love than you ever thought possible.
And more powerful to be at your best with the craft you also love.
Don’t take my word for it though. Keep scrolling…
I feel lighter and more confident. I speak up sooner, asking for what I want, and have more harmony in my intimate relationship. Marie-Elizabeth holds sacred and compassionate space. She sees people’s blind spots and skillfully assists them in overcoming them. She also really walks the walk, peeling back her own layers toward becoming the best that she can be on all levels. — Monica Watters, Holistic Aesthetician
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