What I Learned From Betrayal – Part 2

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For the first 40 years of my life, I believed that I could change other people because I’m Wonder Woman. And lo and behold, it took my divorce and feeling betrayed to learn that all the love in the world was not enough to change him. 

Reframe what it means to go through betrayal and discover how the person you want the most can be the person that you are your best without because the people who come into your life don’t mean that they’re meant to stay.

Top points you’ll discover:

✔️ The person you look at every day in the mirror is YOU. You don’t have to wait to be in a romantic relationship to feel in love or wait for someone to start enjoying your life, do that starting today. 

✔️  Stop wasting your valuable time trying to change another person because all you’re doing is fighting an uphill battle or swimming upstream. How much energy are you selling to somebody who is not willing to receive it?

✔️ Remember the movie Jerry Maguire when Tom Cruise tells Renee Zellweger, “You complete me.” In the film, I bet you also had a teardrop-falling moment right there. And yet, the truth is, even in the absence of another person or a relationship, you are whole. People come into our lives to complement us, NOT complete us, to make us feel loved, or to make us feel validated.

✔️  A conscious and equal partnership is rooted in acceptance. If you feel the need to change somebody else, that person probably isn’t the right person for you. A conscious and equal partnership is rooted in accepting one another, which doesn’t mean that you have to be something you’re not or that you have to change someone to be what you want them to be.

✔️ It can be quite challenging to understand, but things happen FOR us. Know that the right person will come for you, someone who is willing to shower you with love without you having to ask for it! Trust the universe to open and close all the doors that are meant to be opened and closed. Things happen for you to prepare for what’s next and a much bigger plan to fulfill your purpose. 

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