So I’m going to use a phrase here that might have you cringing!
Ready? Self-love. Aaaargh!
My definition of self-love is; prioritising your own well-being and happiness. So if you don’t like to use the phrase self-love, just tell yourself instead that you are prioritising your own well-being and happiness.
When you start doing that, you start realising that perhaps you don’t need to spend your time with certain people who bring you down, you don’t need to say yes to things you don’t want to do, and you start doing the things that make you happy and healthy.
Once you are living for yourself and not for other people, and choosing the things that bring you joy, just watch how great people are magnetically attracted to the happy life you have created for yourself, it works like magic.
It might mean that some people slip out of your life, but that’s okay, because you’re creating space for people who are better suited to...
Are you having trouble finding the love you deserve and desire and you’re really fed up of it? Could it be that you’re accidentally pushing love away? Sometimes a fear of getting back into a relationship after we’ve been hurt or abandoned or rejected puts us off being open to finding love.
Our conscious mind thinks ‘yeah, it would be a great idea to be in a relationship again, let’s find someone’, but our heart and our subconscious mind is thinking ‘wooah there, hold on, remember what happened last time? Let’s not go there again’.
How to step back into a relationship
The way to start convincing your heart that it’s safe to step back into a relationship, is to heal from the hurt and pain that caused it to close off. The first step to doing that is to allow yourself to feel the hurt and pain, and acknowledge it, rather than pushing it away just because it’s too difficult to really feel it. By pushing it away, it stays...