So many people scoff at the idea of love being EPIC. Trust me, as The Happy Couple Expert + self proclaimed #LoveGeek who believes in "Creating Epic Relationships that last," I hear from all the haters, non-believers and naysayers. They don't hold back and that's totally OK. It fires me up even more + inspires me to show up with more proof. More strategies that work. And mostly more HOPE ... because they are definitely lacking that.
Here's the thing, YOU are the one who gets to define EPIC love. You get to decide what's included, what isn't allowed and what you'll tolerate. Remember, EPIC is not without pain, suffering, and discomfort. Think about any EPIC movie you've seen, any EPIC novels you've read or maybe even EPIC fails you've watched on YouTube. There's usually some mixture of pleasure + pain.
EPIC is defined as: a long poem, typically one derived from ancient oral tradition, narrating the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures or the history of a nation.
I for one certainly see my EPIC love story (my relationship with my husband) as one that will last a long time, where we are the heroic legendary figures and we have deeds + adventures together.
Today's video is all about how YOU can start defining what EPIC love means to you. What you WANT your epic love to look, feel, sound like.