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The Stages of Moving On After a Relationship

Originally posted on Bringing Back Becca:
You fought with everything in you to hold on to the relationship, to the point it nearly destroyed you. Our minds become easily blinded by the toxicity as our hearts continue to hold on to what we believe to be true love. You created a fantasy with this person.… Continue reading

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Let It Go

One major self-love strategy is the ability to identify and remove toxic relationships from our lives in order to protect our peace. No, the title of this is not a reference to the Disney Channel movie, Frozen. However, just like in the movie when Princess Anna discovered that although Prince Hans seemed like a good… Continue reading

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Respecting Boundaries

Originally posted on Bug In Your Ear:
I might not want a hug today. But I might want one tomorrow. I might not want to talk about one thing, but am eager to talk about something else. I might not want to visit every week, or call every day, or even hear about certain things.… Continue reading

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What does it mean to practice self-love?

From the very first day that each of us came into this world, we’ve been repeatedly fed the message, through bedtime stories, books, movies, music and the wisdom of our loved ones, that love is a powerful thing. So cliché, right? Because it’s obvious. It goes without saying. We’ve all felt the impact that love… Continue reading

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