4 Delightful Ways to Spring Clean Your Relationships

spring blossomsAnything worthwhile in life needs regular, positive attention. Including relationships.

If you want your most important relationships to grow and thrive, you need to care for them.

At this time of year, when the weather is warming up and we’re living in an energy of newness, try a little “spring cleaning” with these 4 easy tips that will bring fresh energy into any relationship:

1. Create new energy with a new script.

Choose a relationship that’s feeling a little blah. Create a new script by writing in detail what you believe your ideal friend (or spouse, or parent, or child) would be like. Now live by that script yourself.

2. Talk about what you want.

If you spend all your time talking about the parts of relationships that bother or drain you, you will only create more of what you don’t want. Start talking about what’s working and what you want more of. Watch it show up in the relationships you value most.

3. Stop expecting. Start allowing.

Let go of the worry that people in your life have to be a certain way. Say out loud, “I am grateful that I bring out the best in others without even trying.” And check back on the blog next week for some in-depth pointers on the art of allowing.

4. Say only positive things about other people.

Try it. For one whole day. Whenever you talk about someone else, only say good things about them. That goes for your spouse, your children, your friends, your in-laws, your co-workers… even the people driving around you on the road. Your relationships will shift in a really positive way.

I desire all the best for you as you spruce up your relationships and enter this spring in joy and delight!

God Bless You,
Carol Tuttle

PS – Believe me, I have spent a lot of time and focus on creating strong and mutually supportive relationships. I know that it’s worth it. Let me help you strengthen and save your relationships.

Get a copy of my CD course, Healing Your Relationships Issues. I know it will help you.

It covers the relationship issues that adults face and shows you clearing methods to shift to a fresh new perspective in any relationship in your life, new or old.

Carol Tuttle

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, healer, and best-selling author of five books. She has dedicated her life to helping people worldwide create the lives and relationships they desire. She blogs to support you in creating your ideal life.

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  • wendy

    Excellent suggestions Carol! Thank you!

  • Cindy

    Great ideas!!! Thanks so much.