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Everyone wants to be loved and appreciated

for who they are.


In all probability, you have experienced or witnessed a relationship that has broken down due to unresolved conflicts and ineffective communication. These relationships may be within your family, with a special intimate relationship, within a work or business environment, or socially with friends and acquaintances.

In any relationship, you have two individuals with a unique set of values trying to communicate. Their values may be different in the sense that their highest value may be intellectual pursuits, business pursuits, wealth-building pursuits, family rearing pursuits, social pursuits, leadership roles, physical health and wellbeing, or even a spiritual quest. Considering the full spectrum of individuals on the planet, you’re going to meet some individuals with similar values, who you may call friends and have an impulse towards, and others with very different values, who you may call enemies with an instinct away.

Everyone wants to be loved and appreciated for who they are. Who they are revolves around their highest value. 

When you’re in a relationship, you want to be respected, loved, and appreciated for what it is that you truly value which is what you’re spontaneously inspired from within to do without fear of punishment or promise of reward. This is also the area where you will excel, expand, achieve, and stand out from the crowd.

It is your identity.

By understanding your own               and the values of the other individuals with whom you relate, we can expand our awareness and learn to transform any challenging relationship into one of value, openness, and appreciation.

Using a series of steps from the Demartini Values Determination Process and the Demartini Method, we can take the time to find out how what others are dedicated to is serving you and how what you’re dedicated to is serving them. Once you can see how what they’re dedicated to is serving you, you create a space for true dialogue and a more respectful and intimate relationship to occur.


For example, when you’re proud and exaggerating yourself, you want others to live in your values and project your values with an expectation of others to be like you.

When you’re humbled and minimising yourself, you’re more likely to sacrifice for others, and try to inject other's values into your life as your own, attempting to live with an expectation of yourself to be like someone else.

Neither of these states represents the authentic you. Until you’re authentic, you can’t expect to be loved and appreciated for who you are. 

In our sessions you will be guided back to the centre where you are neither minimising nor exaggerating yourself so you can be loved for who you truly are. And by revealing how what other's are dedicated to is serving you, a space for true dialogue and a more respectful, appreciative and intimate relationship is created.

If you are tired of fighting and chaos in your family, if you would love greater intimacy with your partner, would love to have more effective and equitable relationships at work, or to heal from conflicts of the past, get in contact now.

Have greater connection with and appreciation for your family, friends, lovers, colleagues and acquaintances, with sense of direction, enthusiasm, fulfilment and purpose. Get in touch today to bring back poise, certainty, love, inspiration and gratitude.



It starts with a conversation.

If you have questions, please feel free to ask.

Or, alternatively, you can schedule a free 20-minute in-person consultation or a Zoom/telephone discovery session           to see if we’re a good fit.

Uncertain what you need? Contact me today, and we can find an appropriate path together.

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