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You Don’t Distrust Yourself Enough When It Comes To Love (Part 3)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series You Don’t Distrust Yourself Enough When It Comes To Love

I’m the first one to admit it.

In order to love truly?

You have to be alright in yourself.

Be okay with being alone.

But loving yourself and being okay with you, is only one part of the equation. Even when you’ve personally grown like this, you’re not out of the woods just yet.

There are other factors outside of your control.

They are going to apply to you anyway.

No matter how much work you do on you?

They aren’t going to go away.

The first of these is how attraction works, and your latent biological programming. It doesn’t matter how principled you are, your biology is here to stay.

This brings up a myriad of things.

The whole area of romantic psychology.

Taking for granted what you acclimatize to.

Desiring what you don’t have yet.

Then there are the pressures of the entire society all around you. You are raised in a romantic paradigm that isn’t telling you the truth.

Love isn’t about finding “the one.”

It isn’t about a bunch of other things.

It’s not about working on your shadows either.

But all of these stories about “romantic love” are constantly sold to you.

Let’s not forget your upbringing as well, and the way your parents failed to love you. Because of this you spend most of your time trying to placate emotional wounds.

With all of this, is it any wonder?

Of course I recommend Romantic Friendships!

They help you bypass most of this.

Give your love a fighting chance.

When it comes to love you don’t distrust yourself nearly as much as you ought to. Despite the evidence you keep BELIEVING you’re going to be the exception to the rule.

I’ve chosen to distrust myself.

To not give in to the fantasy.

By choosing this path of least resistance instead?

I have found love that is EASY. and simple.

How about you? Are you going to continue to “believe in yourself” and think you’ll somehow avoid the inevitable, or like me will you develop a healthy distrust in yourself and pursue love in a way that allows you to?

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