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Why I Panicked When She Said 'You're My Guy'
Voice Actor, Author, Columnist, Date Coach for Women Over 50
I've waited a long time for the right woman to tell me I'm special to her, and at a dinner celebrating our first year together a while ago, Sarah looked into my eyes and said, 'You're my guy.' But rather than soak up what should have been a joyful moment, I sat stunned and speechless.
After The Split: Reconstructing A Broken Life
Writer, Blogger, World Travelling Mom
Whatever challenges you may be experiencing, it's times like these when we can choose to either be destroyed by our fears or be willing to endure the temporary deconstruction of our parts, thus creating awareness and shifting our perceptions, in order to be whole again.
Love And Anxiety
International counselor for anxiety
In the end, fear is fear, and we either accept the task of working with it consciously and diligently or we walk away from loving, solid relationships with the erroneous belief that "It just didn't feel right. If it was right, I wouldn't have to work so hard."
Are You Using Love As An Excuse To Stay Stuck?
Troop Leader of Love for TheLeagueofAdventurousSingles.com
When you are in the "but I love them" space, the main emotion you are using is not actually love but fear: fear of being alone, fear of walking away from something you worked so hard on, fear of having to try to find love again and not finding it.
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