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Ringing in the New Year has a pulsating feel to it, almost like all of the work of 2014 is beginning to take shape and manifest in ways that are loving and real.
As we stop and take part in each and every day, allow some of these timeless words to soak into your pores.
Happy New Year to all, and here’s to more bursts of love-slinging in every direction!
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While it feels as if you’ll never fully recover, and you’ve sworn that you’ll never, ever date again—especially not someone like him or her—you will get back on the proverbial dating horse, eventually.
And when you do, with some intentional recovery and regrouping, you will proceed on your quest differently than you have before.
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From my experience, if you do not feel the feelings associated with the loss of the relationship, you are likely to carry those feelings with you into the next relationship and then reenact them with your new special someone.
This is exactly the thing that you were hoping I would say, right?
I know, I know, actually feeling the feelings—instead of avoiding, replacing, suppressing or numbing the feelings—does not feel good.
Remember that hobby you used to love and practiced so often?
The painting class you’d get a speeding ticket trying to get to on time rather than miss?
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