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I received a message that I had a new follower on twitter. I clicked on the profile and scrolled down to read some of his tweets and I saw a tweet that read: “I never read a book about relationships or behaviors. always thought they were silly. Just finished…[followed by an instagram link]“. I was curious so I clicked on the link. It didn’t enter my mind that this is what I’d find…
“I never read a book about relationships or behaviors. always thought they were silly. Just finished this one and is just great. How often we don’t love, help, be generous unconditionally because we have the fear to not receive nothing in return? Sometime is good to train the soul too! Made me understand how many timed my fears and doubts make me blind and how mindfulness and meditation can help. “As humans we thrive on love, comfort, and connection with others. But if you suffer from fear of abandonment, your relationships may cause you intense feelings of unworthiness, shame, loneliness, jealousy, and anxiety. These painful emotions can result in unhelpful behaviors—like avoidance, clinging, and blaming—that will ultimately sabotage your relationships.” #love #change @michelle_skeen”
I have received some beautiful emails from readers. I really can’t articulate how much these heartfelt communications mean to me. Knowing that we are not alone in our experiences, our pain and our struggles is such an important part of the healing process and the motivation for change. I am so grateful to each of you who have shared a bit of your life with me whether it be privately or, as with this post, more publicly. Huge heart hugs to all of you.