A quick google on the origins of Valentine’s Day and you realise that it wasn’t always the soppy, romantic, sickeningly sweet, Hallmark-invented, dreaded, risk-of-rejection-filled day that it currently is! It’s beginnings were in Roman times; they were “drunk, they were naked” with the women lining up to be hit by the men, with the belief this improved chances of fertility. What?!

Clearly over the years, it has evolved (like humanity itself) to become the LOVELY celebration it now is.

But what if you’re not in a relationship? What if you’re recently divorced? What if you’re sick of meeting the wrong people? Or, what if you think you’re in the wrong relationship?

There are loads of things one can do now to improve the chances of meeting the right person:
Join an online dating site or app (kind of obvious)
Go on a course: a friend of mine did this recently and went on “Internet Dating Skills” (who knew there was a skill to it?!)
Get professional photos done for your online profile – it just so happens I know someone who does this passionately and brilliantly – how fun?!

But, sometimes you can do all these kinds of things and still not be meeting the right kind of people, or you meet someone really nice, but… And of course, sometimes you just meet some complete disasters.
And then it starts to get to you; then it’s tiresome; then your confidence gets a little dented. Then self-doubt creeps in – ‘what if I never meet anyone?’ ‘what if there just isn’t anyone for me out there?’ and ultimately ‘what’s wrong with me?!’

Of course, there is nothing wrong with you. You are not broken, there is nothing lacking. But you may be getting in the way of your own success in romantic relationships due to your subconscious mind hanging onto old ways of functioning. Imagine what it’s like to clear these out of the way and move confidently and effortlessly towards a brilliant new relationship? What a Valentine’s gift to yourself this could be!

This is what Victoria came to see me for. She was sick of meeting men who were not as successful as her, or not as ambitious as her and also meeting men who just weren’t ready to be in a relationship. Victoria wanted to be confident enough to meet a man on her level or above, who wanted to be in a committed relationship and who had his act together.

We worked together for one month, and this is what she had to say about it:

“My desired outcome for the work with Chrissy was to overcome my relationship blocks which would allow me to meet the love of my life and get married. The impact on my life has been amazing. I went from being single and having
relationship blocks prior to having a session with Chrissy to meeting the love of my life and planning our wedding together after dating for 2 months.”

Does this sound familiar? Could I help you or someone you know? Why not book a free, no obligation Possibility Session with me and let’s see how we can work together.