Hello, my name is Janine Monize. I'm the CEO of Gem Revealed self-mastery to soul me. I'm a life strategist and a relationship coach. I've been in this industry of human behavior and self-development for almost 20 years and I'm looking forward to answering many of your relationship questions. One that I get quite often is this
Can I truly stop loving someone?
There's a big difference if a loved one has passed away, that can create a deep wound that may need some professional help, partnering with either a therapist or a coach. There is a difference when it's been somebody who's been in a relationship and that relationship has dissolved. That again can be quite traumatic, needing professional assistance.
However, on your own, you can begin to think with intention and move past that relationship. How does that happen? How do we begin that?
That takes discipline. It also takes really focusing and clarifying the role that you want to achieve in front of you. You need to create the story that you deserve. That's writing it down, that's visualizing it, that's understanding the pleasure that will come from achieving that life and also understanding the pain.
If you do not, the more that you take the time to crystallize that vision of what is your best self look like, what does a new relationship look like that are wrapped around your core values, what does it look like to have somebody who's aligned with your purpose in life, what did the ideal attributes look like for someone that's a potential soulmate for you.
Once you crystallize all that, and you begin to think with intention every day and set your strategy on how you want to achieve that, that old love will quickly start diminishing. The more your discipline of thinking, what is in front of you that gives you pleasure. That could need some assistance from a coach and we at Gem Revealed would love to walk that journey with you for now. What you can do is go to our website at gemrevealed.com/media and visit the many podcasts and articles crystallizing that life for you. We also have one-on-one coaching that we'd like to partner with you as well.
Don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to serving you.