Thoughts on Affair Recovery’s “The 20 Most Common Mistakes of the Unfaithful Spouse.”Read More 01: The Unforced Errors – Thoughts on Affair Recovery
Lisa Arends asks “After being cheated on, it’s natural to question if the entire relationship was a lie. Is it possible for people to cheat on someone they love?”
Of course you can.Read More Thoughts on Lisa Arends Video: Can People Cheat on Someone They Love?
Days go by, and still I think of you…Read More 51: Things I Carry – Days Go By
The body reacts to sexual arousal and the flu in similar ways. As such, if I don’t stop long enough to greet my emotional and physical sensations with curiosity, I will get fucked twice.Read More Thoughts on Anita Pavlovic’s Exist in the Moment
Don’t misunderstand, I’m not saying there aren’t “narcissists in the world, just not as many as you would guess from the number diagnosed as narcissists by disappointed partners.”Read More Thoughts on the Flying Monkeys (The Narcissist’s Tool for the Smear Campaign)
Where I described her as my anchor, I realize she was simply a mooring and we lacked a secure attachment.Read More Thoughts on Mark Nepo’s The Bee Comes
There was a great deal of beautiful qualities in my relationship with my ex…but she is not the flower. She is not the reason it was beautiful. She is not the blossom or the tree. Our life was beautiful and it bloomed because that was the season and we both contributed to the season..
Our life together blossomed because it was our choice. Now it’s time for a different choice.Read More Thoughts on Pema Chödrön’s Curious about Existence
Their podcast helps me understand my responses, and therefore, the responses of the people around me. If I can see myself more clearly I can see those around me more clearly too.Read More Thoughts on Therapist Uncensored’s Brain Science 101
The truly loving action is to listen and then tell them, ‘No.’ Changing something simply to make someone else feel better is the path to my lost integrity and shattering of my character.Read More Thoughts on the Next Step to Health by Mark Nepo
As we all do who are angry, hurt, shame-filled and unskillful, “we automatically want to cover over the pain in one way or another,” adds Chödrön, “identifying with victory or victimhood.” I reality I have at times alternated between both rolls in an attempt to avoid what seems like desperate, despair-inducing loneliness. I can not blame C for K for that. I am very clear it is my lack of emotional skill, experience, and training.Read More Thoughts on The Six Kinds of Loneliness by Pema Chödrön