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Hello <<First Name>>,

The month of December shows up with a mixed bag of emotions for many of us. Of course there's the trepidation of the Holidays and all it encompasses, but each year December brings in its tracks loads of to do lists, events, shopping sprees, food extravaganza, sleep deprivation  and... a whole set of new expectations for the up coming new year. It's also a time of self-reflection in which we tend to assess many areas of our lives, including our love life.  
 
Given that we won't be able to alleviate any of your tasks or help you reduce some of the seasonal stress, in this month's issue we will simply focus on what we do best: the state of your romantic life and what you should aim for in 2016.    

We hope you enjoy!

A word from Mario & Diane

We were giving a radio interview the other day on our book. It was one of those interviews where you could just sense that the show host had never read our material and was simply trying to "wing" it. Not the best of energy...

She kept asking questions that were just off topic to both of us. On each occasion we subtly deviated our answers and tried to gently bring her back to the essence of our book. When she finally realized that we wrote a self-help book for people who are still seeking to find the ideal life partner in spite of how many heartbreaks or separations they may have had, the radio show host blurted out something like this:
"Well, I've been married for more than 40 years to my college sweetheart, and I just can't understand why so many people are jumping from one relationship to another!"


To make a long story short, we congratulated her on the longevity of her marriage and concluded the interview by confirming three things:
#1 Our book was probably not for her...
(Though we've had comments from people in current relationships who said it has helped them a lot). 

#2 Despite her success, today's sad reality is that more than 50% of marriages and free unions end up in a breakup

#3 If you want to change an outcome in your life, an unpleasant result, you have to stop trying the same things or patterns over and over again. 

When it comes to your love life, as you are about to embark on a new year, you basically have two choices. The first one is obvious. If you find yourself in the "selected few" camp of our radio friend, well, congratulations to you too! All you have to do is stay alert and don't ever take your relationship for granted. But if you're not part of that group, if you fall like many in the gang that has bitten the dust, this leaves you with our second choice. Decide to shake things up in 2016. Make a shift. Stop repeating the same stuff hoping to get different results.

What People Are Saying

"Dear Diane and Mario, thank you for joining me on my show the" brighter side of life" The Kim Pagano Show. What a great reminder of what couples should do, to cultivate love again. Some great heartfelt tips. We all look on the outside to fill our love tank, love and happiness is an inside job. Thank you again."

Kim Pagano
Host of The Kim Pagano Show
www.kimpaganoshow.com

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"ReLovenship is written with the thoughtful relationship seeker in mind. I appreciate the attention the authors pay to the promotion of self-esteem and self-awareness. They make the point that the healthiest relationship you can have with someone else is the one that enhances you─not creates you. I've already referred the book and the website to several of my clients."

Pamela Brewer
Host of MyNDTALK - Dr. PAMELA BREWER
www.MyNDTALK.org


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"Unlike most books on the market on relationships written by psychologists and psychiatrics, Mario P. Cloutier and Diane Sawaya Cloutier utilize their personal experiences, mistakes, and outcomes in their book, Relovenship: Look Within To Love Again. "

Robert Ahanes
readersfavorite.com 


Coaching Advice

Will you make a New Year's resolution for your love life this year? If you do, will it be the first time? Or will this feel like déjà vu? If so, don't be too hard on yourself. You're not the first repeat customer!
Many people make their New Year's resolutions knowing they'll likely be broken. In fact, you'll find entire business models that rely on the concept of broken New Year's Resolutions -- just ask any fitness center owner. So how can you make sure that your new love resolution won't become a recurring theme every year? You do it by trashing your resolution and replacing it with a "reVolution."

Revolutions are more powerful because they're transformational by nature and can change the entire paradigm. They can literally take you into unchartered territory. After all, isn't that what you're hoping for in your love life -- change that doesn't repeat old patterns and that can lead to a fulfilling, lasting relationship?
 
Rethink your love resolutions and, instead, challenge yourself to make radical, lasting changes in your love life with these love reVolutions:
 
Love Revolution #1 - Stop the blaming game. You are where you are for a reason. There's no point in finger pointing or beating yourself up any more for your heartbreaks and dissatisfying circumstances. Revolution #1 means you now own and assume responsibility for your love life, and you're now giving yourself permission to move forward. Every romantic setback is an opportunity for a life-changing comeback!

 
Love Revolution #2 - It's not how, when or where -- it's WHAT! Do yourself a big favor. DO NOT look for the hottest, trendiest, most sought after place to meet single people, whether online or offline. You've done that already, right? Step back and clarify WHAT you want in your next relationship. Energy flows where attention goes. By focusing on WHAT you want, the how, when and where tend to take care of themselves.
 
Love Revolution #3 - Self-Reflection is not seasonal. The great majority of people who take the time to examine themselves do it just once year. And we know when they do it and how effective it is, don't we? Self-reflection can only reap benefits by making it a way of life so that progress can be measured. What stops you from making
an assessment of your love life two, three or four times a year? Separate yourself from the pack by making appointments for introspection with yourself right now on your calendar for the coming year.
 
Love Revolution #4 - Who are your "up-lifters?" Do some of your closest friends, role models, or confidants have the type of love life you're aiming for? Do they inspire you to set the bar higher for yourself? If you cannot answer "Yes" to the two previous questions, we think the time has come for you to shake up your inner circle. At the end of the day, more often than not, we tend to be a mere reflection of the people we hang out with.
 
Love Revolution #5 - Define your deal breakers. These are non-negotiables that we set for ourselves to help us stay the course or simply protect us from the "love at first sight" factor when Romeo or Juliette shows up. Deal breakers are different for everyone, so don't worry about right or wrong answers here. For instance, if you own two cats, three dogs and a snake, you may want to establish that you need an animal lover in your life. If you're a "believer," dating an atheist could pose a problem each time you leave for a church function. Or, if you're afflicted with severe asthma, smokers should definitely be a no go. Get the picture? Go ahead, make a list of your deal breakers, then don't let yourself waiver.
 
By rethinking your love resolutions and replacing them with "Love Revolutions" you'll be initiating a new mindset that's likely to revolutionize not only your romantic relationships, but your whole outlook on life. Happy New Year!!!

 

About Us
 
Authors Mario P. Cloutier and Diane Sawaya Cloutier are not psychologists, but rather, they are individuals who each experienced real-life relationship sorrows of breakups and divorces before finally attracting a blissful relationship. They became romantically involved in 1998 and married in 2001.
Through their own experiences and learnings with past relationships and ensuing search for their soul mate, they have become trusted advisors to other "true love seekers."  Their intention is to bring inspiration, hope and provide tools that demonstrate that you can still attract “the one,’’ the soul mate or the ideal life partner in spite of how many heartbreaks you may have experienced.
In their book, Mario & Diane often tag-team to share their own experience and address readers of their own gender. They are also ongoing contributors to the Huffington Post.
Diane Sawaya Cloutier’s constant desire to learn has led her to develop a passion for personal development and relationships.

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