Tips for Making Valentine’s Day Special for Singles & Couples

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If you have a partner

  1. If you have a particular way of celebrating Valentine’s Day together, then consider changing it up. Changing a routine can bring new vitality and excitement to the experience.
  2. Think about what you partner would love rather than what you would like to give to him or her.
  3. Start planning ahead of time so that you both have something special to look forward to!
  4. Sensual delights. Create a plate with juicy berries, succulent orange pieces, and decadent chocolate. Your partner closes their eyes, and you feed him or her with your fingers. Then he/she feeds you.
  5. More sensual delights. Caress a silk scarf or feather along your partner’s bodies while they simply surrender to the experience.

If you are single

  1. Pamper yourself as you would like to be pampered
  2. Plan a night out or make a conscious plan to spend the evening at home the way you would like to: rather than just reacting by default.
  3. If you are healing from a breakup, allow yourself to have all of your feelings and realize that it is part of the healing process. Take comfort in believing that by next Valentine’s Day you will feel so much better.
  4. Buy your “inner kid” a present. Go to a store and ask “her” what she wants.
  5. Create a vision for how you would like the next 3 months or 6 months to be. Then choose one step that can start the process and write it in your calendar.

Have you taken Cheryl’s assessment: “Are you Emotionally Available for Love? It’s helpful whether you are single or with a partner! www.zengalove.com

 

 

Author

  • Cheryl Lazarus, CRC, CLC, CDC is a speaker, Certified Relationship Coach, Energy Healer, and Master NLP Practitioner with therapeutic expertise. She specializes in helping individuals and couples to created more intimacy and connection in their relationships. She believes in being true to oneself while in relationship, and at the same time, bringing compassion and understanding to one’s partner. Cheryl has presented at the United Nations, professional organizations, holds workshops, support groups and has been on Expert Panels. Cheryl’s credentials also include that she is a Certified Divorce Coach, Certified Life and Professional Coach, and Ordained Interfaith Minister. In addition she has trained in intimacy and ancient Taoist and Tantric practices of sacred sexuality. She is a contributing author to the book, Onward and Upward: :Guide for Getting Through New York Divorce and Family Law Issues. Cheryl also specializes in helping women who are successful in their careers to be-come more successful in their relationships. She has the unique ability to pinpoint is-sues quickly and to provide solutions. She draws on years of experience as a corporate executive traveling internationally as well as being the owner of the first stores globally to specialize in business clothing for pregnant working women, while being married and raising her son. When working with clients, Cheryl combines actionable steps with heart-centered energetic and spiritual practices. Therefore, clients are able to integrate on a profound level that positively affects all areas of their lives. She coaches individually in person or globally via Skype or the phone. Email Cheryl at cheryl@zengalove.com. Or visit www.zengalove.com. Sign up for your copy of “3 Keys to Lasting Love!”

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