Rashel Díaz and her husband Carlos García make up one of the strongest couples on television. However, behind the photos that we see of the lovebirds on social networks there is a lot of work and effort to make that union work.
"Very different things work for all of them, for me, what I can tell you that works for me is that we have to attend to ourselves as women," confesses the co-presenter of A New Day (Telemundo). “And when I say attend us, I'm talking about the emotional part. Who are we? Where do we come from? Work the internal part where we have wounds that we have to eradicate, know and accept in order to work it”.
In fact, the Cuban has worked so hard on it that she shares her experiences in her De mujer a mujer workshop, where she advises women on how to achieve balance in their lives.
"Where did we fall in love? From a lack that we did not have, from a need to feel company, from a need to feel safe because we have a man to one side or from a complete woman, "warns Rashel, who went through very complicated emotional moments. “I was in depression and I fell ill and learned to love and know myself. That was what made me receive my current husband in the right way, balanced and my heart was open so that I could also accept him with his things and with the suitcase he brought from his past.”
It is easy to say, but the task to achieve a healthy relationship is difficult and must be done day by day.
“You have to be positive and have a smile. Accepting our stages, accepting when we have to be alone, accepting when we are as a couple and once we are as a couple, [it is] about having respect, communication and keeping passion alive,”she says. "Have a balance to know when we have to be professionals and when to be mothers and wives."
Of course, it is not only about being very structured with thoughts and actions, in this process it is also worth relaxing.
"Traveling with our children, but also traveling with our partner alone because it takes time to connect, to have experiences that we can later share," advises Díaz. "We must continue to educate ourselves professionally, because if we are women who professionally feel fulfilled, that is what we are going to express and our partner is going to admire us and we are going to admire them."
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