Why is letting go so difficult for us? We want to let go but can find it frustrating that some part of us is still holding on to what ‘used to be’. Change can feel like we’re losing something because we are so comfortable and familiar with our current life, even if our present circumstances are not serving us well. When transitioning into a new phase of life, there has to be an ending. For an ending to happen and a beginning to occur, we have to let go. It creates feelings of uncertainty and fear, and we find ourselves thinking “Am I making the right decision?”, “Will I be better off, or worse?”, or “Do I have the strength to do this?” These questions are a natural part of the process.
Treading the waters of your ex-relationships is treacherous enough. The Ex Factor is exponentially complicated when you both have an ex or two lurking in the shadows.
Would you like to smash through the barriers and limiting beliefs that you have about yourself and move forward with your life? Without confidence you will never be able to lead the life that you want. Confident people are successful people. You can spot them a mile away, can’t you? Many people in life have the same amount of skills but what holds them back is their lack of self-belief. The difference between those that succeed and those who do not is Confidence. They keep at it until they get what they want. This is because they confidently believe in their goals and their own ability. If you are reading this now, you are aware that a lack of confidence has seriously held you back in achieving the important goals of your life. It is time you do away with your misgivings and lack of self-belief. You don’t want to be timid and quiet when the world around you is confident and brimming with life, do you? So, here are 20 simple tips to increasing your confidence.
Although each affair feels entirely unique and like it has special circumstances, there are actually four distinct stages that most affairs go through. Marriage experts K. Jason & Kelli Krafsky have written extensively on the danger that Facebook may present to a marriage. Time and again, one spouse logs onto Facebook, "friends" an old flame or ex-love, they begin messaging and chatting, and suddenly they are saying to the other spouse "I love you but I'm not in love with you." The stages that most affairs go through are:
If you don’t ask…you don’t get. I think this is the key to being happy with men. It’s one of my Dad’s favorite lines. I heard it so often growing up that it’s now a mantra in my already overloaded brain.
It’s been six months since I’ve started this sex journey. My, my how time flies when you’re trying to raise two kids, work and have sex. Here’s the twenty things I’ve learned about having sex after baby.
With change comes loss, even if the change is good. And loss must be grieved so you can leave the "old" behind and move into the "new" in a healthy way. Most grief professionals agree that the grieving process consists of five stages that must be addressed in order to move on. The five stages are: * Denial – Not accepting that it’s really happening. * Bargaining – Believing that with negotiation or adjustment it can go back to the way it used to be. * Anger – Feeling that the situation is “unfair” * Sadness – Feeling lost, alone, or vulnerable. * Acceptance – Realizing that things will not go back to the way they were, and it's time to move on. When grieving a loss, you may move from one stage to the next and then back again. This is a normal part of the process. So when experiencing a change, don't resist the grieving process. Although at first it may not feel like grief is good, it does help you to close one chapter of your life so you can move on to the next.
Have you ever had a spur-of-the-moment urge to do something like clean out a closet, move your living room furniture around or paint a room? Have you noticed that when you’re operating from a spontaneous urge there’s a sense of effortlessness and happiness in what you’re doing? It's amazing isn't it? Normally this activity feels like a chore if it’s motivated from a place of “I have to”, or “I should”. Any action or activity feels so much better when we want to do it, doesn’t it? So, how can we have more of these inspired actions? It's very interesting that as you spend time imagining, visioning and planning whatever it is you want to create, you’ll experience more and more of these spontaneous urges to take action towards it. The dream or vision holds the key.
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