✔️ I hate how my anxiety around other people means I’m missing out on life
✔️ I take medication (or medications) to keep my stress under control but they aren’t working
✔️ I find myself falling into the same kinds of relationships again and again and I don’t know why it keeps happening
✔️ My relationships have a pattern of crumbling around me and I just want to be loved and to love
✔️ I’m torn between staying in my relationship and leaving it
Every human being has been put on this planet for one thing: to love. But the reality is that many of us are stuck in relationships that leave us bitter and disconnected instead of allowing us to be initimate with our partners.
That disconnection hurts. And it leaves us wondering why our relationships turn out this way. Why do these cycles keep repeating? Why do these arguments keep happening? Why am I still stuck in a co-dependant/narcissistic cycle?
The stress of these unfulfilling relationships then leaks into all areas of our lives. It causes us to be unable to focus at work, resulting in embarrassing mistakes and lost productivitiy. It causes us to be short-tempered with our family members, and can cause us to lash out at our children or other loved ones. It causes us to want to isolate ourselves and hide from the world, having entirely lost our confidence and our mojo.
Your ability to be intimate with another human being is DEPENDANT on your ability to be intimate with yourself.
When you aren’t, you end up in relationships that turn toxic. You end up hiding yourself from other people (consciously or as a side effect from anxiety and stress). You end up stuck without clear direction (want a clear and definite answer to “should I stay or should I go?”)
✔️ Certainty that you’re either on the right path or that you know exactly what to do to get there
✔️ The tools to have healthy relationships with parents, children, and ex-partners (NO MATTER WHAT’S HAPPENED IN THE PAST)
✔️ Knowing in your heart that you’re glad to be you and that you wouldn’t change a thing about yourself even if you had a magic wand
✔️ Being able to handle your emotions at ANY TIME and ANY PLACE without lashing out or bottling it up
Becoming trigger-proof isn’t about putting up a wall between ourselves and others. It’s just the opposite – becoming trigger-proof is about tearing down the walls that we’ve been putting up since childhood. So many of us have never in our lives had relationships that fulfilled our needs because we’ve been hiding our true selves…
WHICH WE HAVE NEVER REALIZED BECAUSE WE’VE NEVER SEEN OUR TRUE SELVES.
✔️ The Three Critical Areas of Focus for Upgrading Your Intimacy
✔️ Inspiring Stories of Change From REAL PEOPLE Who Have Learned To Love Themselves
✔️ Four Simple Steps to Regulating Your Nervous System (And Calming Your Emotions)
✔️ The Two Types of Toxic Relationships (And How to Escape Them)
These changes ripple outwards to everyone we’re connected with – because when we have a healthy and healed relationship with ourselves, we can have those same sorts of relationships with others.
Think about the most important people in your life:
❤️ Your Parents
❤️ Your Partner (or Ex-Partner)
❤️ Your Children
❤️ Your Siblings
What if you could change your relationship with all of them without speaking a single word to them?
What if being authentic with yourself meant you could be authentic with them?
Isn’t the greatest gift you can give to the people you love the best version of you?