Many people think that the way they feel in the beginning of a relationship will be captured forever if they get married. Most people who’ve been married for awhile will tell you this isn’t the case.
#8. You allow yourself to have fun and feel joy in the present moment.
How do you know if you’re an outstanding friend to others?
“The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too.” — W.H. Murray
There are two things we fear. Fear of not getting what we want, and fear of losing what we have.
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Why is it that so many of us think we’re not worthy of love?
I asked myself, “What do I want my son to know? What do I want for him to understand about the world?”
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I felt guilty for wanting to take a nap.
Use these seven steps to focus, review, and shine your light this year.
You don’t need him. You never have and you never will. You may want him, but you certainly don’t need him.
All of those hallmark cards, flower bouquets in the grocery store, and little chocolate hearts shower us with messages of what our relationships should look like.
In high school, our psychology teacher asked us, “at what age people are the happiest?” so certain that we knew the answer, we all raised our hands and guessed that it was 21.
My subconscious pattern went like this: Meet an emotionally unavailable (but charming) guy, have a connection, see them pull away, cling harder—feeling that if they could just somehow get into my reach then I’d be worthy.
I’m writing this post with a lot of love for anyone who is nursing a broken heart.