Have you ever been cruel to yourself? Have you lost touch with yourself in a marriage or stayed with someone because you were afraid to be alone? Do you accepted scraps in a relationship? Do you compare yourself mercilessly to others when it comes to career success?
There is a way to commit to love yourself and treat yourself well. It’s called self-marriage.
Do you have the courage to look yourself in the eyes in the mirror and say, I trust you? I love you? Til death do us part?
What vows would you make to yourself?
Self-marriage is a growing trend but it’s little understood. I’ve been a pioneer of the self-marriage movement by writing about in my 2004 book Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romanticcs and then marrying myself 10 years later.
If you want to marry yourself, you are in for a treat. Marrying yourself is a deep, thoughtful, and potentially very fun and funny journey that can have real benefits for your life.
You can marry yourself whether you are single, dating, in a relationship, married, poly, or divorced. A self-marriage is usually open, and it can be a starter marriage–a foundation for the relationships to come in your life! You don’t have to be celibate or single.
I’ll be releasing a step-by-step guide and potentially an online course for women (and men) who want to marry themselves based on demand, so if you would like guidance and direction to marry yourself, then sign up here and tell me a little about you.
I also help my clients with the self-marriage journey one-on-one through private coaching so if that’s calling to you you can also reach out to me here.