Have we ever loved someone who did not love us in return? Whether it’s a friend, sibling, parent, or lover, unrequited love is a form of abandonment. Feelings of abandonment can be traumatic, and limit our perception of ourself and life. They can also limit our ability to give and receive love. Today’s article is about how we can heal and free ourself after abandonment, and attract new, different, and more enjoyable life experiences.
In today’s article, we’ll discuss physical and metaphorical resurrections, as well as how to apply the concept of resurrection to enhance our experience of life. For readers who’ve been with us a while, today’s article is longer than usual, as it is a deeper subject.
Today’s article is about forgiving Life and God and freeing ourself from the anger and pain that go along with holding a grudge. Whether forgiveness is a new concept or has been considered for some time, the tips and stories shared here are intended to allow it to happen sooner rather than later.
Willpower by force is not only ineﬀective in the long run, but also damaging to our conﬁdence. When we fail at forcing ourselves, we may wrongly conclude that we will never succeed. Because we cannot truly succeed or grow our willpower by force. We are not strong enough to force ourselves to overcome willpower issues without crippling our own truth. And the truth is, part of us wants to keep that addiction—that’s why it’s in our life. But there is another, kinder way to win ourselves over to a healthier lifestyle.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton Angelique Medow (Photo by Janet Garrity Saucier) Welcome to the WillYou Guru blog. I'm so glad you're here and joining me on this journey. My goal is to help you be the best you can be—to provide guidance as you navigate your own personal evolution. Personally, I have overcome harmful habits with food, over-working, [...]