So we concluded that we need a change, that the existing situation is already intolerable, that we must listen to the inner voice that had been silenced for so long.
Our most prominent fears come up in relationships. Being Alone is comfortable for us; our demons are relatively familiar and predictable, But together - one must be held accountable, transcribe feelings and emotions of discomfort, distress, and disconnection.
I often work with women who are in relationships that bring about a shake-up in their lives. The main reason for this is the lack of commitment on one side, usually the man, which causes a sense of instability and a lot of doubt. When they try to get closer, he backs away, then reappear and conquers them, and so on. They ask from a place of distress, sometimes a feeling of failure and rejection - how they should act with this type of men?
“Chaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered.” ― José Saramago You've probably noticed how time flies at the speed of light, with extreme fluctuations in moods - from euphoria to…
All our lives we've been taught that if we want to achieve something we should strive and fight for it. However, the struggle often overcomes the pleasure, and we end up resisting the same goal we sought to achieve.
Why do some people prefer staying alone over being in a relationship? Especially when most of them claim they are interested in falling in love.