Love never leaves us, it simply changes form.
On Valentine’s Day, people celebrate the month of February, as the month of love. But, there are others who feel the incredible pressure to be in a relationship today. Many movies, magazines, and the Internet can make most single women and many men feel that they are not enough in this world if they don’t have a partner.
The truth about love – it never really leaves us
Many have a tendency to believe that once a relationship ends, in their own mindset of devastation, that it may never return.
For the last 29 years, number one best-selling author, counselor and life coach, David Essel has been helping millions of people from around the world get the truth about love, that it never really ever leaves us.
Here, David talks about the concept of love, always being here, ready, and waiting for that next exciting rendezvous.
“For the past 29 years, I have heard on a weekly basis from my clients who reside all over the world, that their heart is broken and they believe they may never find love again.”
But the reality is, love never leaves us, ever. We may lose a relationship, or two, or three or four, but love itself? It stays the same. Always vibrant. Always ready. But we need to learn how to understand this truth in order to stay optimistic in the crazy world of relationships.
Love can be found in different shapes and forms
- Sometimes the love that we were searching for in a partner is found in our volunteer work.
- Sometimes the love that we were searching for in a partner, is found it through pets.
- Sometimes the love that we were searching for in a partner could be found in a newborn career.
- Sometimes the love we lost in a partner, that we think will never return, returns in the form of self-love.
Maybe, once we ’re single, we will wake up and truly begin to take great care of our mind, body and spirit. This is called self-love.
In one of the latest book, “Angel on a surfboard: A mystical romance novel that explores the keys to deep love“, the hero of the story Sandy Tavish finds out that the above that we are discussing in this article is absolutely true – love, is always available, 24 / 7, even if we are sitting reading this today with a broken heart.
Even though several characters in the book have been betrayed in love, or have stayed way too long in unhealthy relationships, through their discussions with Sandy they find out that they are worthy of being loved today, they are worthy of forgiving their past partners, and they are worthy of letting go of the notion that because they’re at a certain age or have a physical handicap… That they’ll never find love again.
Time for us to wake up and challenge the wrong notion
This February, a month dedicated to love, is a great time for us all to awaken and to challenge the notion we have that if we’re single today, there must be something wrong with us.
There is not one damn thing wrong with you. Other than the fact that your next love affair may not be with a human partner, but it might be with yourself, a pet, through your volunteer work or even your career.
Let go of the comparison with others. Let go of the nonsense that we hear about in most romance novels that talk about the devastation that occurs when you’re at a certain age and are single. There’s no devastation being single at 20, 40, 60 or 80…….
Once we understand that love never leaves, it just simply changes form, we can be at peace single at any age. Go for it.“
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