Is ‘Happily Ever After’ a Myth?

“Meet my other half, Susan.” The couple had just entered the room to work with me on spicing up their relationship.

“You mean your other whole?” I quipped back.

So often, I find that partners who struggle with intimacy, communication, ruts and discord are basing their relationship on stories that simply do not work in real life. I did this for years, and suffered like hell for it. Even Disney perpetuates these stories with “someday my prince will come,” followed by, “and then we’ll live happily ever after.” We scarf them up like sugar.

The prince or princess either fails to show up, or appears for a short time until everyday life intervenes and then, they seem to turn into a toad.

But it doesn’t have to be like that. Real, intimate, fulfilling relationship is accessible to everyone. Only, it doesn’t come from finding the other “right” person to fill our needs, nor from changing our partner to make us feel better.

Great relationships come from deep within ourselves. “Be the partner you wish to have,” is the place to start.

Real love is much more magical than anything Disney could ever portray.

“The minute I heard my first love story,
I started looking for you,
not knowing how blind that was.
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere,
they’re in each other all along.”
—Rumi

How would you like your most intimate relationship to be?


I’d love to hear back from you. Are you living with a toad? Could it possibly be you?
What if you found out that your beloved is nothing like you ever thought? How do you find happiness in your intimate relationships?

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