The opposite of addiction isn’t sobriety, it’s connection. The same is true for anxiety. Anxiety is being disconnected from the present moment, other people, or yourself.
The purpose of a relationship is not to be loved perfectly, or forever. It is not to have our every whim and wish met and fulfilled.
If you don’t figure out how to be happy and free now, you will never be able to be content and coupled later.
You are truly best friends and partners, and you’re capable of being all of these things to one another because you worked so hard on yourselves beforehand.
Sometimes the thing you keep trying to fix about yourself isn’t meant to be fixed.
Discomfort is what happens when we are on the precipice of change. It usually takes a bit of discomfort to break through to a new understanding, to release a limiting belief, to motivate ourselves to create real change.
Re-think what you’re doing. If it’s not coming to you naturally, it is not the right thing for you to be doing.
There are few people that have a harder time finding – and staying with – their soulmates than awakened, powerful women.
There’s a difference between “not being able to pay the bills” and “irrationally fearing that one day you may not be able to.”
Do you complain to express your feelings, or do you use fear as an excuse not to move forward?