Most people who hang on to bitterness, anger and resentment do so as a self-protection mechanism because past vulnerability lead to pain.
But there’s a better way to deal with the crap we don’t want to have happen again.
One of the most empowering things we can do is to accept total responsibility for everything in our lives.
But here’s the thing: When we “act as if we chose it” we open ourselves to learning from it so we can effectively protect ourselves in the future.
If we don’t pinpoint where we contributed to the situation by taking responsibility for some part of the outcome, we can’t change it and we’ll likely repeat it again (and again). #Ouch
Soooo, #justthetip: whenever you’re pissed off in life, stop and re-evaluate with eyes of accountability.
Where did you contribute?
Where can you look at taking responsibility?
What could you do differently next time?
This is the path to emotional freedom, self-respect and personal power.
Lovely Lady, you can totally find love while taking responsibility and without compromising who you are!
In fact, you can find an amazing man who will treat you like a queen and bring out the best in you.
Yes, there are good men left in the world!
If you don’t believe that, you need to close this post right now and go get a (another) cat.
Sorry, but … #truth.
But since you’re here, you must believe it’s possible, and heck, reading this far is taking responsibility for you.
Yay! Freaking YAY!
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Woman. You are awesome. I’m serious.
But seriously, I’m rooting for you!
I want you to find your soulmate. I knoooooow he’s out there looking for you.
And when you find each other, despite the very real need to be happy within yourself, you will be even happier and at peace knowing that your right man is right by your side.
This is the shit that lights me up!
Lots of love and warm squishy hugs,
p.s. Funny how God (/the Universe) often delivers just what we need right when we need it. 😉
Dating, Love and Relationship Coach Founder: Wingmam, Vancouver, Canada Warning: Not PC, not a feminist ❤️