Learn to Love Again

Are you struggling with a recent breakup?

Are you finding it hard to trust people enough to let them into your heart?

Do you long for connected, respectful and loving relationships?

You might need to learn to love again.

If you want to give up on people or on intimate relationships, I get it.  I’ve spent most of my life in that dark place of despair.

I have countless stories of betrayal and abuse from my past that left me unable to trust people, and to know who was safe.  I’ve spent too much time of my life, creating a barricade around my heart to protect me.  The only one, I’d let in was my cat.

The Burden of Previous Life Experiences

Because of my early life experiences, I couldn’t believe I was lovable and that others could love me.  I didn’t believe that I was worthy of love from people I respected or admired.  I felt like love had to be earned, and that only if were x, y or z, I could be loved.

I became a healer to fix the parts of me that I could not accept, but after fixing one thing, it would only reveal something else I had to do to be loved.  I had a pattern of  falling for men who couldn’t love me, and trying to prove to them that I was worthy of it. But nothing I did was ever enough.

However, I know life doesn’t have to be that way.

We Can Let Love In Again

learn to love againWe can feel connected and loved and cared for.    We don’t need to be walking on eggshells, waiting for the other shoe to drop.  We don’t need to continue to feel like victims to mean, insensitive, uncaring people.

It is time to get our power back. It is time to learn who is safe to let into our hearts.  It is time to learn how to draw firm boundaries around how we want to be treated, so that it is safe to learn to love again.

I know this because of my own healing journey, and because of what I’ve been able to do with others.

Imagine:

  • Only dating people that value you, and appreciate you for who you are.
  • Knowing how to find partners that are present, loving and supportive and open hearted.
  • Only tolerating healthy communication, mutual respect, honesty and integrity.
  • Finding partners capable of commitment and ready to do what it takes

It is possible to feel loved without even being in any intimate relationships!   

 

So how do we learn to love again?

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