If you are feeling lonely or unwanted you have to understand it’s not about you being unwanted.
The alignment of who we are on the outside with who we are on the inside is priceless gift of self-connection.
If I am unable to be with others, I will accept that and be with myself. I may just find I’m pretty nice to be with.
Would we rather be more right than anyone else? The desire to be right, born of perfectionism, pride and fear, can trap us.
Too often we superstitious and interpret signs in negative or hostile ways.
Because we don’t believe in ourselves, we tend to think that fate is against us.
Many of us are aware that we no longer wish to go on being the person who do bad habits.
We flee that person who we know is destructive and self-absorbed.
When I treat myself well, I’m able to treat my children well.
When we lose faith in our feelings, we lose faith in ourselves and become outer-directed . We look to the world to tell us what to do, and how to feel.
The desire for fame can often be distracting.
We can be so busy striving to be recognized that we lose sight of ourselves.
What comes to mind is what other people think of us; we defer to their opinions, and neglect our own intimate view of ourselves.
How do we connect with other people? Do we rely on conflict, suffering, manipulation, gossip, one-upmanship?
Do we create relationships that can be controlled safely, and then call that “reality”?
Love must be learned, and learned again and again; there is no end to it. Hate needs no instruction, but only waits to provoked. Katherine Anne Poter We often enter into our relationships believing there is one perfect way to act, and if we can
Love your self’s self where it lives. Anne Sexton How often we have wished we were someone else, anyone else, rather than who we are? If we’re intense, have longed to be calmer? if we are introverted, have we dreamed of being extroverted? The truth