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I’m excited to get right into today’s topic because it’s a big one.
Have you ever wondered whether or not you and your partner are truly meant to be? Even if you have the most loving and healthy relationship, this question is bound to cross your mind.
In today’s episode of MarieTV, you’ll hear from a reader who is struggling with not being on the same page as her partner in terms of their life goals and ambitions.
How do you know if you’re meant to be when your life and career ambitions are totally different?
What if you have dreams to launch a business and travel the world while your partner (who you love and respect) dreams of a different life, one that’s built around a set schedule and staying close to home?
Click play to discover four key questions to ask yourself that can help you uncover your deepest truth and know the best way to move ahead.
*Muy Importante: In short form video Q&A, I don’t have the benefit of two-way dialog to go deep. My answers are my most loving effort to provide insight and guidance based on the limited info that’s been provided, and to keep this video short and sweet. This is a big topic and there are many other important factors to consider as well.
That’s why we love to continue the discussion in the comments below!
If you’re in a great relationship right now, but you’re starting to feel the strain of too much work and not enough connectedness, make sure you start using the Hip-Hop Shabbat technique. It works like magic.
I know today’s topic is one that many of us can relate to and I’ll bet you have stories, experiences and insights to share. In the comments below, I want to hear from YOU.
Specifically, let me know:
1. Do you and your partner have different life goals and ambitions? If so, how do you stay true to yourself while honoring and supporting each other’s differences?
2. Even if you’re not in a relationship right now, what’s the biggest insight you’re taking away from this discussion?
Of course, if you have other insights to share on relationship issues like conflicting life goals and ambitions, I’d love to hear that too.
As always, thank you so much for reading, watching and contributing!