those who are supposed to stay will
and those who aren't, won't.
Whenever I hear stellar advice, I immediately want to share it with you, and boy do I have something good.
Today’s brain-chemistry-altering-advice comes from my new friend and cultural anthropologist Jesh De Rox. I met him at the social innovation summit. I was there to speak about building a purpose-driven business and my film, but the best part was getting a nugget of wisdom that he says changed his life, and might change yours.
We were talking about how challenging it can be to create meaningful romantic relationships when past wounds seem to be at the wheel, rather than being carefully strapped in a car seat, snacking on a crustless peanut butter jelly sandwich, and watching the little mermaid on an ipad as they should be. Of course we end up injured when our emotional injuries and bruises are the designated driver.
Do you find yourself dating the same person in a different earth suit or repeating the same patterns over and over again in love? It can be painful to feel like trauma ruined the past, and that it’s also ruining your future. Well it doesn’t have to be this way, and this small hack I’m about to share with you, could make a tremendous difference.
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