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Tuesday, February 09, 2010

How Happy Is... How I Met My Life Partner

Finding your soulmate is simple...but hellishly hard at times. The trick is a cruel truth: in life, you don't get what you want. You get who you are. If you would really, truly be attracted to yourself, you will be happy with some of the people attracted to you. If you aren't attracted to the people who are attracted to you, you need to take a long hard look in the mirror and see if you aren't trying to cheat. There is no real way to cheat. The world is filled with pity-parties: men who say there are no good women, women who say there are no good men. The truth is that they aren't looking at their own wounds, their own weaknesses, and expect others to be blinder to imperfections than they themselves are willing to be. Everyone judges. Everyone has the right to a partner they find yummy. Who cherishes them, loves them, is crazy passionate about them, and will support them in being the best they can be. Dysfunction attracts dysfunction, and health attracts health. You can have, in relationship, anything that you yourself can bring to the table. You will attract others at your own energetic level--and below. If you look at your dating history and don't like what you see, you have work to do. We can change. We can heal. Fear and love compete for the same place in our hearts. Choose love.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost


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