We still love those who have broken us and who have betrayed us. And that doesn’t makes us weak. That doesn’t make us dumb. No, that makes us beautiful. That makes us strong. That makes us courageous.
First, the world is changing. It’s not a good thing or a bad thing. But your life is going to change with it.
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.
Your standards are sky high. You don’t date a lot of people, so when you do decide to date, it’s usually for a specific person. You don’t like to play the field, because you think it’s a waste of your time.
Even if you have the most beautiful and perfect day, you can’t help but pinpoint that tiny thing that happened that made it go awry. No matter how happy you are, or how much you have gotten done, you still stress over every little detail in your life that isn’t perfect or good enough for you.
You’re a follower, not a leader. You don’t like being the type of person that people follow, or take orders from. You like to go with the flow and follow suit what everyone else is doing.
You may not be at full-blown alcoholism yet, but if it looks like that is the direction you are heading in you can do something to change it now.
Thank you for teaching me how to love even after those lights go off and everyone is gone.