Why learning to love & accept yourself, and discovering what you really want in life may cause relationships to end, and cause other sudden and drastic changes in your life that may be disconcerting, and sometimes cause you to question your decisions.
How to move forward with peace in your heart when things or relationships suddenly dissolve in life, so you can create the space for something even better to manifest.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got dumped by his long distance girlfriend of two years, after a female friend of his came to visit for a few weeks. He showed her his town when she came to visit as appreciation for the fact she took care of him when had his hip replaced last year. His girlfriend accused him of cheating on her with his friend and broke up with him telling him to never contact him again.
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“Why real love is worth the wait. Real true love is easy and effortless with no holding back. It’s total unconditional love, acceptance and support of each other. The wrong person will hold back, create unnecessary drama, and cause you to question your idea of who you are. If you can be happy with you, exactly where you are right now in life, you will allow another to come into your life and love you as you are, where you are. If you love and accept yourself unconditionally, you will love and accept another unconditionally. Total self-acceptance leads to unconditional love & acceptance of the one you love, with all of their warts, shortcomings, flaws and faults.” ~ Corey Wayne