Welcome to my Mind-Blowing Blogs about Relationships
Welcome to my My Mind-Blowing Blogs about Relationships. My interactive exercises will explain everything you ever wanted to know about relationships. I studied relationships from many masters for many years. The reason?
Ego ruled my every thought for 46. It was fueled by insecurities and need for love and attention. I was a cereal stalker, constantly in search of a new relationship. My world turned up-side-down with each heartbreak.
When I started planning my second suicide attempt, I knew I had to find help or die. I was lucky enough to find and study with Dr. John De Martini, a Human Behavior Specialist, Educator and Internationally published Author http://www.drdemartini.com
He taught me to first, how to know myself; then love myself for the first time.
I recommend you wonder around my interactive blogs. There, you will discover exercises that lead you to ancient wisdom, physics and good common sense. You will soon be able to look at your life’s experiences from a logical viewpoint, rather than an emotional one.
Please enjoy my blogs. Each one has exercises that will show you a new perspective on your relationship issues.
Even Albert Einstein was divorced, not once, but twice.
When it came to relationships, he threw logic to the wind.
However, one of his famous quotes helped me, not only survive life, but thrive.
Albert Einstein: “You can’t solve a problem at the level it was created”.
So if you want to discover the secrets of a successful relationships, void of anger, resentment and shame; you’ve found the right blog.
Here is a brief questionnaire that will test your knowledge of the basics of Love. Your answers may be surprising, and there is no need to write them down; you will remember them.
Scene 1: Close your eyes and return your mind to your childhood and visit your home, your room, and your life and search for the answers.
Question 1: List 3 things you felt were most missing in your life before you started school? What did you want that you didn’t have?
Please allow yourself time for the memories of your childhood to materialize.
Scene 2: You are now an adult. Use your mind to pretend you are in a large room, filled with everyone you have ever known, and; they are all talking about you.
Allow yourself to pretend you are the in the crowd.
Question 2: What would you be most proud to overhear them say about you?
Think about it.
Compare the two lists. Did you find this to be a true statement?
“Whatever we perceived as most missing creates our greatest values.”
Without the perception of missing, we would not be the person, we are most proud of today.
How did your void/values affect your relationship?
Can you make an educated guess as to what void/values your mate has, using these same questions?
You chose him because he filled a void from earliest childhood: You might have chosen an older or domineering husband to fill the void left by an absent father. He chose you because of a need he thought you could fill.
Or you may have chosen him because he was so handsome and popular, then later allow jealousy to destroy the bond of love because you felt he was better than you or, you did not feel you deserved him because of your guilt of the past or present. Your fear of past self- judgments fueled your jealousy. What need in him caused him choose you?
Bottom line, your childhood dreams turned to adult passions and your fears from childhood holds you back from realizing your dreams.
What you are beginning to understand is your knight in shining armor was actually the devil in disguise.
Get over it; He was a figment of your imagination from the beginning. He never was what you thought he was.
It will be helpful for you to read the page on The Mind for a clearer understanding.
Come back often to get your questions answered and get your head screwed on right.
You are always on my mind as I work to reach you and teach you the lessons of life.
Don’t be shy. I love questions and comments.