DISCOVERING WHICH relationship Myth Type(s) you are!
You, just like me and most people everywhere, were raised to believe in myths.
What I call “Relationship Myths” are perhaps the unhealthiest of all myths, because those lead you to stick around the wrong people and to choose the wrong partners (including business partners), to fall in love or marry the wrong person, to live
through disappointments, heartbreaks, breakups, divorce and overall unhappiness.
If you have fallen in love with someone who is no longer around, I bet that you’ve had that “emptiness” feeling lingering in the back of your head that arises when you feel lonely or when you have entered another relationship and something goes wrong...
Maybe you feel secretly jealous of other couples as they clearly exude happiness and excitement from every pore of their bodies…
Do you think you “know” exactly why? You’ll be surprised after you check out the 5 “Relationship Myth Types” that I’m going to be sending you one by one in the next 5 days!
When you discover which “Relationship Myth Type” you are, you will look at your relationship experiences in a different way because those are a reflection of what your beliefs are.
You'll know why you are not happily married or in a wonderful committed relationship, why you attracted and got married to the wrong person in the first place and ended inevitably divorced.
Being aware and unlearning those myths are the crucial first steps to resolve your relationship stories so that you can choose healthy and happy relationships.
By the way, have you ever fallen in love? If it took you more than a second to answer, you have not; and you might be Relationship Myth Type #2!
I’m going to send you "Relationship Myth Type" # 1 tomorrow, for you start getting the relationship spider webs out of the way.
Let's resolve your relationship stories!
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Meanwhile, I hope that you go to sleep tonight feeling a little happier and that tomorrow you feel much happier than today.