How do you define “Romance”?

Romance YourselfIs the definition of “romance” always something that involves two people?  Two people in love?  …and today is Valentine’s day…and maybe there isn’t a romantic partner on the horizon???  Is this an iron clad recipe for disappointment and despair?

Let’s test the Sassy Zen spin here and consider the possibilities of a different point of view.

If you were romancing someone, what would that look like?

What would it feel like to be romanced?

 …and what if you were to romance yourself???? What might that look like?  What might that feel like?  Could it be something pleasurable?…something fulfilling? 

Would you be willing to:

 Do something nice for yourself and enjoy it?

Take yourself somewhere fun?

Cook a special dinner for yourself?

Give yourself treats?

Bring yourself flowers?

Spend relaxing intimate time with yourself?

Pay attention to yourself?

Get to know and understand yourself?

Nurture yourself?

Go out of your way to please yourself?

Compliment yourself?

 Could you?  Would you?  …Why not?……. 

Lillian Gottlieb and Sassy Zen do not to prescribe diagnose, treat or cure any disease, condition or other physical or mental ailment of the human body. A holistic health coach is a mentor and guide who has been trained in holistic health coaching to help clients reach their own health goals by helping clients devise and implement positive, sustainable lifestyle changes.”

3 thoughts on “How do you define “Romance”?

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  2. Grace Friedman

    Of course! What a great idea!

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