In my 20s, I found myself deep in a relationship that was painful to be in and, once it ended, painful to heal from. It left me feeling lost and disoriented. I had spent so much time conforming to be who my partner wanted me to be that I lost track of who I really was.
When I had healed enough to make drastic changes in my love life, I began to share my story and lessons with others. We talked about the aches and pains that can come with love, and I taught them what I had learned: that not only is it possible to love someone without losing yourself, it’s crucial to do so if you want to feel deep intimacy.
As I shared, so many people nodded their head in agreement and some let tears fall from their eyes.
So many of us move through our love lives with the following question buried underneath all of our actions:
Will Anyone Love Me if I Show Them Who I Really Am?
The answer is a clear and resounding YES. YES. YES!
In fact, that’s the only way deep and nourishing love happens. When you pull back the layers and let the right person see your true self, you open yourself to a earth-shattering love. I’ve felt it…that beautiful deep connection that comes from authenticity. It’s like a tall drink of water when you thought that all you’d ever have was the dry desert.
I want you to have that feeling too.
I’ve created a program to help you see what your world can be like when you go through life knowing that you deserve to be loved.
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