We are choosing to tell ourselves that we don’t have time and we are choosing to not make the time.
Want to know the only thing standing between who you are today and who you desire to be? It’s you.
It means taking stock of what’s really important and what’s not. Commit to not doing the unimportant things anymore.
We fear failure, so either we don’t try at all, or we sabotage a project early. If no one knows that we tried, then they won’t think we’ve failed, right?
They allow healing. They let go of grudges and he withholding of forgiveness and allow their hearts to heal.
These are the deeper fears. The ones that come from within us. The ones that we feel are ours alone and that no one else would get, because they are so deep and personal.
When sex is part of a “be a good boy” reward system in a marriage, then it begins to shift sex away from happiness and love and becomes a way a spouse doles out approval.
Feeling confident and sexy is about being comfortable in your own skin. It’s that simple.
It’s far too easy to just live life by the seat of our pants. And while “going with the flow” sounds easy on the surface, what it leads to is disappointment and dissatisfaction about your life.
We fear intimacy, being vulnerable, being seen as weak, being seen as imperfect. What I am struggling with understanding, is why our fears are so much more important than love.