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Try approving of yourself and see what happens.” Louise L. Hay. And it’s hurtful to her. Humanity’s Invisible Wound Most of humanity is silently suffering from the invisible wound of unworthiness. A. They are the ones that pick on you. Do you remember in Elementary School when a boy or a girl would like you? By narrowing the range of objects we can love, we end up overloading physical relationships. Introduction. “You’ve been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked.
With certain experiences, or the lack thereof, one can be molded into the person that they become in life. There was a point in the Romantic movement, for example, when landscape or nature could be the highest object of love. My client Jennifer seems to be getting judgements and criticisms from all angles right now. What did your mom tell you?
In life there are many important aspects that lead to developing a mature individual. Positive experiences lend to a more mature and understanding person, but negative experiences can tear eve Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places!
But there used to be a much wider range of objects to which people could feel deep attachment. As a relationship coach for almost twenty years, I share this insight with you now so that you can gain the wisdom and power to find love in all the right places. C. They are the ones that tell you they can not stand you.