Your. Belonging to or associated with.
YOUR relationship. YOUR marriage. YOUR children. YOUR life. YOUR work.
While much of what we have could be taken away at any moment. What you have is yours.
All of these things are given to you as a gift, a gift that only you have, which means you have to attend to what is yours and attend well!
Yesterday, I implored you to consider prioritizing your relationship in some intentional ways.
Today, I invite you to consider what else is yours.
Write down all the things you have. Maybe they are things you feel you earned, maybe they are things that are a gift, maybe they are things you committed to. Write em down!
Now, practice gratitude for all the things that are yours.
Little ones you absolutely adore. A car that gets you around. A job that provides stability. A home that nurtures and shelters. Friends that lift up and challenge. A community that hopes and endures alongside of you. Fur babies that give comfort and playfulness. And, a relational bond that holds your deepest everything.
Attend to what it yours. Recognize, honor, and make space for all that is yours.
Let me start: I’m thankful for my four sweet animals (in case you were wondering, we no longer have the squirrel), my amazing family that loves me and supports me, my awesome siblings that make life so fun, my friends that offer support, encouragement, and love, and my hubby - who endlessly jokes and protects me. + many, many more things. - Dr. K
Relationships are not about finding the perfect partner, but learning to see you imperfect partner perfectly 🙏🏻 #quoteoftheday#love#relationship#notperfect 🌟
P.S. don’t know why one of my foot seems to be lighter than other one 😂