You’re reading this because you’re lonely. Maybe you’re trapped at work. Maybe you live with a partner who doesn’t want the relationship to progress. Maybe you’re waiting for the other shoe to drop with your partner.
Whatever the reason, being single is a damn lonely life. It can feel like we’re being used to make us happy. It feels like we’re being used as a stepping stone to get us to our person. It feels like we’re building our identity on the bones of others.
And that can bring a lot of emotional pain. Being single can feel like living on a very narrow knife’s edge.
But there’s a better way. And it comes from the author of “The Self-Awareness of Emotion”, Richard R. Davidson. He outlines a proven way to get more from your relationships by overcoming the fears that keep us stuck.
Through self-awareness, you’ll be able to find your way back to self-love.
In his book, Davidson shares practical ways to overcome the self-limiting beliefs that can keep you from connecting with others. He shows you how to recognize your fears and change them into strengths that propel you forward in your relationships.
But it doesn’t stop there.
You’ll become more present in your life. Your relationships will flourish. And you’ll come to see yourself in a whole new light.
You’ll awaken to the awesomeness that is your self-worth.
To take action to get there, all you have to do is stop limiting your experiences. Stop asking yourself how you’ll get you and start asking yourself how you want to get you.
Stop holding back what you know you want and start allowing yourself to be what you want.
You’ll find that you get there just as much by acting as you do by believing.
The best part? These steps can be applied to any relationship and any relationship situation.
So take advantage of the single life you live today to build the relationship of your dreams. Because no matter what happens, you’ll always have one foot in this world. And one foot out.