Roses are red, violets are blue.
I’ve got some for Valentine’s, what about you?
The weekend of February 14th might have been, on a superficial front, a flurry of red roses and teddy bears, but the occasion also provides us with an opportunity to examine how we view our current state of romance in our lives… Read on to find out more
Some of you might have spent a memorable Valentine’s with your loved one(s), in bliss. Using this opportunity for a romantic “just-the-two-of-you” getaway or maybe simply being together, recharging yourself with a little extra loving for each other during this ‘Special’ Day. Appreciating out loud “How amazing it is that you found someone so compatible with you”, and wondering excitedly, “What would be the next level for us? How can I make the relationship even better than where we are right now?”
Some of you might have spent Valentine in deeper contemplation, or with uncertainty over your future, pondering, “Will it be the same person next year?” or “How will I feel about him/her come the next Valentine’s?”
Some of you might have spent Valentine’s reluctantly, dreading having to meet and spend the day with someone you have committed to and asking, “Where did that spark go?”
Or some of you might have spent the day feeling resigned… and maybe even cynical about this overly exaggerated day, created commercially and marketed socially to force you to pay three times the normal price for the same item/service on this particular day. You could be resenting: “Why do people bother celebrating this day?” Or you could be secretly wondering: “How come some people are so ‘lucky’ in love with throngs of suitors lining up at their doorsteps with flowers and presents?” (While some of us pine so hard just to get our crush to have a 2nd glance at us.) Or secretly or openly wishing: “When will it be my turn?”
Point is, what makes ALL OF US dwell inside these emotions?
Find some answers at our fresh-out-of-the-oven-name-change level 2 program POLAR – Principles of Love And Relationships™. Led by Master Kelvin Lim, POLAR will happen on 12th – 15th March 2015. Take time to examine how you relate to others, how you relate to the people we love, and what your current state of relationships have to say about you.
Find out more now, contact our Program manager Alex.
For POLAR graduates – consider assisting to get a different perspective on how to work on love & relationships! Contact WeiPing, the POLAR CS for March 2015!