settling in your relationship

A Letter To The Girl Who Feels Like You’re Settling in Your Relationship

settling in your relationship

Dear Friend Who Feels Like You’re Settling In Your Relationship,

I want to start by acknowledging the courage it takes to confront your feelings and acknowledge that something in your relationship doesn’t feel quite right. It’s not easy to grapple with the idea that you might be settling in your relationship for less than you deserve, but it’s an important step in your journey toward finding fulfillment and happiness.

I want you to know that your feelings are valid.

You are not alone in experiencing doubts or uncertainty about your relationship. It’s natural to question whether you’re truly happy and whether your needs are being met. Your feelings are a signal that something in your relationship may need attention or reassessment, and it’s important to honor and explore those feelings with honesty and compassion.

I want to remind you of your inherent worth and value as an individual.

You deserve to be in a relationship where you feel respected, cherished, and supported for who you are. You are worthy of love and happiness, and you should never settle for anything less than a partner who recognizes and celebrates your worth. Someone who loves your like Christ loves the Church.

It’s okay to have doubts or reservations about your relationship. Relationships are complex, and they require ongoing communication, effort, and growth from both partners. If something doesn’t feel right, it’s important to trust your instincts and explore those feelings with your partner.

Communication is key in any relationship.

I encourage you to have open and honest conversations with your partner about your thoughts, feelings, and concerns. Share your hopes, dreams, and fears with each other, and listen to each other with empathy and understanding. Together, you can work through challenges and uncertainties and strengthen your connection as a couple.

Remember that you have the power to make choices that align with your values and priorities. If after careful prayer and communication, you still feel like you’re settling in your relationship, it’s okay to reassess your options and consider what’s best for your happiness and well-being. Trust yourself and your instincts, and know that you have the strength and resilience to navigate whatever path lies ahead.

Above all, be gentle with yourself during this process.

It’s okay to feel uncertain or scared about the future. Give yourself permission to explore your feelings and make decisions that honor your needs and desires, no matter how uncomfy they are. You deserve to be in a relationship that brings you joy, fulfillment, and above all, honors God.

I believe in your strength and resilience, and I’m here to support you every step of the way.

With love and solidarity,
Becca

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