Love Always

What if HE were Gone Tomorrow and YOU

hadn’t told him how you truly felt? hadn’t done the things you wanted to do together? were left with more sad memories than happy ones?

What if You Gave Yourself the Gift of Love with No Regrets?

You were living in, and fully enjoying, the present:

  • reconnecting with your partner
  • acknowledging and treasuring each other
  • rekindling the magic


  • peace of mind and spirit
  • no clouds of unspoken communication
  • reassurance of both his love and yours

With the comfort of going to sleep at night: 

  • knowing you’ve both expressed and clarified your needs
  • with no worries around what he thinks or wants
  • having something tangible to treasure

Sheila Finkelstein, Love with No Regrets CoachDespite having been in a fully loving marriage for 47 years, there are regrets I have, especially over the last 10 years when I was in denial. (See story on the ABOUT page.)

Having fully experienced the depth of love that Sam and I had, the “acknowledgment treasures” that remain with me, plus knowing what we missed out on, I am passionate about others having the same opportunities and more.

In addition to sparing you the pains of incompletion and unspoken love, it is my commitment that you have as rich and full a relationship with your spouse or partner as possible.

To find out more, click on the Treasure Your Love image in the sidebar, or here, for a complimentary Reinvent Your Love Session.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Nancy September 18, 2015 at 3:54 am

The questions you posed seem an impossible dream??? Indeed worthy though where do you even start?


Sheila Finkelstein September 18, 2015 at 5:09 am

Thanks for the question, Nancy. The best place to start is to make a request of your partner, stating that you would like to talk. What is it you would like to talk about? What is it you would like to learn from your partner?

Always come from the “I”… Express what it is you want and need and your desire to know the same of him/her. If at all possible NEVER use the word “You”, i.e. “You always… (accusatory) If there are issues you want to address, then phrase from “I”… i.e. “I get upset when… ” Make a date, perhaps even a special setting. Set agreements. And above all, listen and request the same of your partner.

55 WAYS TO SHOW LOVE, presented by different people, a Free Download on this site, is a good place to start. You might share it with your partner and talk about how different of those suggestions fit for each of you from your perspective. Ask your partner what would he most appreciate. Choose a few that appeal to you. Share from the “I” what you would most enjoy.

Keep in mind there are different “languages of love.” (You can Google the latter.) Andy Andrews in his excellent book, “THE NOTICER: Sometimes All a Person Needs is a Little Perspective,” describes the story of a couple about to be divorced because they each felt the other did not love them. Turns out they were measuring by the way they themselves showed love and expected the same from the other.

Another excellent book is “WABI SABI LOVE: The Ancient Art of Finding Perfect Love in Imperfect Relationships” by Arielle Ford.

And you are certainly welcome to set up a time for a complimentary ReINVENT YOUR LOVE SESSION, link in the right sidebar.


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