I am Saravanan, Wellness & Relationship Coach. I am a certified Hypnotherapist. I invite you to reflect on the following:
Are break-ups and the search for new partners becoming a painful norm in your life?
Do you sense frequent arguments, misunderstandings, and emotional outbursts increasing in intensity, and frequency and sabotaging your relationships?
Are you experiencing toxic emotions and anger, the moment you think of certain people who are closely related to you at the office and at home?
Is your love life becoming lifeless and dry? Are disinterest, dissatisfaction, and fatigue dominating your sexual life?
Are you experiencing less permission to be intimate which eventually shows us as judgemental statements, hate, and anger
Do you feel that jealousy, possessiveness, and insecurity marring your relationship quality?
Before your family falls under the category 'Dysfunctional'
The answer is straightforward!
Because you should not end up with questions like
How did I end up with this type of person?
Why does it happen to me, always?
Why do I hate the same person with whom I wanted to share my entire life?
Yes, the effect of the past and your current relationship, can interfere with your future relationships also, unconsciously.
Unless the root cause is healed, partners may change or time will pass by and you will become old, but the quality of relationships may not become positive.
This could be because of the existence of an unconscious block, guilt and lack of permission to become happier. This could result in over-compensating in other areas of life, work, food, quest for multiple relationships and unhealthy addictive habits
Early Childhood Experiences - Having been brought up in a dysfunctional family system. Having been subjected to or have been a witness to physical or verbal abuse
Gender discrimination issues that were faced within the family, school, and/or society.
Degree permission and meanings associated with touch, being intimate and close based on deep beliefs in the family system is carried on for generations, unconsciously. This affects intimacy and bonding.
Attachment patterns of trust- distrust developed since infancy
The quality of relationships and love your parents or adult couples who influenced your life when you were less than 12 years old
Bullying, Abuse, and shaming experiences, in school also shape the psyche and functioning of the mind determining level of permission you give to trust yourself and others.
Excess psychological responsibility and workload that could have been loaded since childhood.
Inner resistance, self-protection, and self-criticism patterns developed as a result of being forced to defend oneself all alone due to a lack of emotional, financial, or physical support as a child