If I have to pay for someone else’s mistakes, then I’m not buying.
People rationalize all kinds of ridiculous behavior motivated by fear on a regular basis. The main excuse for not being willing to love someone freely and openly is, “I’ve been hurt before.” Continue reading The Truth About Those ‘Walls’ You Built to Protect Your Heart
You know what we are really great at? Making excuses for the piss poor treatment we receive by the ones we love. All of the signs that they do not value or respect us are there, yet we “hope” that things get better because we “love” them. Continue reading Love Advice: What Allowing Yourself to be Taken for Granted Really Means
Excuse my French, but fear is a muthaf*****.
Beyond its paralyzing ability to stop us from living a full and rich life dead in our tracks, it is ridiculously convincing. But Michael Jordan was on to something when he said, “Limits like fear is often an illusion.”
Here are three ways to give fear the boot and reclaim your life. Continue reading Fear Is A Liar: 3 Ways to Break Free
People will say they want true love, stare it right in the face and run the other way. They don’t always run because they are on bulls***, but due to fear. The fear of ACTUALLY being loved the way they should be. The fear of getting what you hoped for and messing it all up. The fear of realizing that everything that you ever wanted in a mate requires one thing: for you to be vulnerable like you never have before.
Continue reading Why You Should Date Someone Who Scares the S*** Out of You, A List
If we think long enough, I’m pretty sure we can come up with more than a few things to complain about. I can think of at least three right now. While the practice may make you feel good in the moment, it serves absolutely no purpose at all when it comes to solving issues. Continue reading Complain or change, you can’t do both