Being in relationships is a natural, human desire and we thrive when we do just that. But in this highly individualized society it can sometimes get complicated to connect, to get to that level of intimacy that is fulfilling.
You have multiple relationships, friendships and romantic ones, work related or otherwise, and they are fine. But you have discovered that just fine is blah. And you want more, you want these people in your life to feel closer, you want these relationships to be more fulfilling, more respectful, more balanced, more loving, somehow different (in an uplifting way) from what they are now. Perhaps you are struggling to truly connect to others? Feel disappointed or lonely? There is room for improvement.
Do you want to..
- Feel more connected to those around you
- Understand the needs that drive you in relationships
- Learn to communicate more lovingly, gently yet clearly and open
- Stop yourself from being disappointed by your unmet expectations
- Learn how to communicate what you want/need
- Understand consent within a relationship
What is it that you want and need from other people? From your romantic partner(s)? My guess is that your basic needs are not that different from most peoples: you want to feel loved, seen and valued. Let’s walk through this subject together. And on your journey you will discover that there are so many opportunities for you to become more intimately connected with those in your life. You are such an amazing human being, let the world see you and let us celebrate your strong relationships.
Relationship work is powerful when done together or as a group, and you are very welcome to do so with me. However, relational skills are not taught in school, they are often lacking in any kind of education. And this is individual work. It can be done together, or separately. Your choice.
Please know that I embrace all relationships based on informed consent. Mono/Poly/Open/Single/LAT/etc, LGBTQIA+ community is welcome, kink/fetish partners, no judgement here.
What you can work on
- Your basic needs Learn about the 6 basic human needs and how they influence your relationships
- Expectations You and your relational partners expect something from the connection, do you know your expectations?
- Love language What makes you feel loved, and how do you express love? How does your partner?
- Communication Learning how to express yourself open and respectfully
- Contract Getting clear on what is agreed, embracing the shadow, preparing for commitment
- Consent Often confused with asking a simple yes or no, or not even asked but assumed. Consent creates harmony
So how do I get started?
All you need to do is make a choice. Are you ready and willing to look deeply, do the work, get honest? Are you clear on what you hope for? Do you want to do the work alone of with others in your life? Drop me a mail and let’s set up a digital moment to discuss and see what I can offer in support of your process.
My name is Georgina and I love love, big time. I make no excuses for myself, I am just a hopeless relationship addict. My parents brought me up to be socially adapt. Our house was often filled with people from all walks of life and from all over the world. Unfortunately I found myself to be a little socially awkward. Often feeling clumsy and out of place in large groups. And so I started drifting to those people in the room who seemed lost too. With them I learned to have a real conversation and how much fun it is to connect.
These days my life is filled with long lasting, deeply connected relationships. Long-distance, infrequent contact, romantic/non-romantic, it doesn’t bother me at all. I know what is good between us. I count my blessings; to be loved and appreciated by so many. These people enrich my life. Every one of them are interesting and amazing in their own special way. Each relationship touches me differently. It is this rich pallet that I have come to appreciate and seek out. And did I ever get over my social ickyness? Nope!
Did you know that I am a registrar for the city of Delft? If you are planning to get married there, look me up. But commitment does not need to be a legal matter, there are many ways to form a bond. Should you wish to design a special ceremony then I would love to support that.
A commitment ceremony can be whatever you want, a shadow wedding where you embrace the dark side of your partner (often performed in preparation for a legal wedding), a spiritual wedding where you connect in spirit. My dear friend Marcelle Weevers can perform a spiritual wedding from the spiritualist perspective. She also runs a beautiful venue in Delft for such an occasion. Truly, a ceremony is a creation to express the commitment, the connection, the love. Should you like to explore that, then contact me.