Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 at
16 years ago, a woman I was deeply in love with suddenly left me and never came back. I never saw or heard from her again.
I found out via some friends that she had fallen in love with a friend of mine and was engaged to be married to him just weeks after leaving me.
For 16 years, I wondered why she left me… and each year, I’d try to contact her hoping to finally heal the wound that remained so raw in my heart all those years.
Today, 16 years later, she reached out to me and gave me the most beautiful gift.
“I’m sorry”, she said, “really, heartfelt sorry for causing you pain…”
I sobbed and sobbed as 16 years of old hurt and pain (some of which I never even knew existed) began leaving my heart. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, November 28th, 2011 at
Ever noticed how your current relationships end up being strangely similar to your past relationships – business or romantic?
Does it sometimes feel like you attract the same person in a different body?
If you’ve ever broken up with someone, or been the one on the receiving end of a breakup conversation, you know that it’s usually a painful process. Also, you probably know how easy it is to carry that hurt and pain into your future relationships…
When you don’t complete your relationships powerfully and with love (i.e.wrap them up once they end such that you feel empowered), you carry the pain, hurt and unnecessary meaning (emotional baggage) from that relationship into future relationships.
To help avoid this destructive pattern, I’ve created 5 short conversations to have with your ex (business partner or lover), so that you both leave the relationship with your power and sense of self in tact.
When my last lover ended our relationship, we went through this process and were in tears of appreciation for each other afterward.
Soon afterwards, she called me saying that she wanted to spend the rest of her life as my life partner. We’re back together now and deeper in love than ever before.
I don’t think that could have happened without these 5 conversations. Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 at
Have you ever experienced the frustration of attracting the same negative experience into your life over and over again, and not knowing why or what to do about it?
Perhaps you keep attracting romantic relationships that never turn out the way you’d hoped they would… or business partnerships that always seem to turn sour…
Whatever it is, the technique I’m going to share with you in this article will help you destroy your destructive patterns so they never haunt you again.
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