Other bloggers are putting out some truly excellent content lately and I find myself thinking of you guys.
It’s crazy that my How I Got My Ex Back post has recently soared to over 50 comments and gets new comments everyday. I still don’t totally understand how that works — I guess it’s moving up in google’s search pages or something? That post sat by itself for almost a year and lately just started to go nuts with over 200 views a day! Anyway, to the new readers who say it has helped them + also so bravely shared your struggles with me…thank you. ❤ You don’t know how much it means.
Thinking of you guys, I’ve been collecting some great sources around the web and I hope these help you!
Si Dawson just wrote an excellent piece on surviving a breakup. The concept of the cord that connects us to our former partners is something I really get. The sending love technique, while it may be the most difficult thing you ever have to do, is SUPER EFFECTIVE and I highly recommend it.
Sarah Wilson wrote why anxiety is love’s greatest killer. I totally agree with this. Even if you’re not in a relationship now, learning how to get your anxiety under control will save your next relationship.
Mark Manson is really awesome. You’ve probably seen his Fuck Yes or No piece going viral lately. If you haven’t read it, it’s a MUST. But what I actually want to link to here is a piece my friend Mitch shared on creating boundaries in your relationships. If you’ve ever felt like you’re having the same relationship problems with different people, this is a good place to start.
Danielle LaPorte urges you to write down this sentence: I am committed to dreaming about my ideal life.
Stuck? Dream. Overwhelmed? Dream. Scared? Dream. Waiting for permission to go after what you want? Dream. Fantasize about immediate, satiating relief. Envision the impossible happening sooner than later. See yourself telling people how it all positively blew your mind. Imagine the best case scenario and take it ten steps further so that the universe really gets the signal.
And finally, a beautiful quote from Abraham-Hicks that really sums it all up:
The best thing you could do for anyone that you love, is be happy! And the very worst thing that you could do for anyone that you love, is be unhappy, and then ask them to to try to change it, when there is nothing that anybody else can do that will make you happy. If it is your dominant intent to hold yourself in vibrational harmony with who you really are, you could never offer any action that would cause anybody else to be unhappy.
I couldn’t have said it better myself. I hope you guys have a wonderful weekend!