like a cherry on a cake… it is not the entire cake… The Confederate States Army full printing quilt and that’s only my opinion I agree but I also feel like some conditions are warranted no?
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“True love is synonymous with freedom.” And the one I’m most grateful for. Loving my children unconditionaly is one of the easiest things I had to learn for me What you describe is True Love, The Confederate States Army full printing quilt but how do I get that? It is so far fetched— that? But I don’t think I ever, ever knew what that is. Especially given what I came from. I agree my love for my children is pure and true love and a learning experience! For me it took a very long time to even understand what was missing in my life. I was 34 at the time. I explored and experimented in any way I could to be able to “feel good in my own skin” and to feel unconditional acceptance of who I am.
I now mostly use IFS to do that (with myself and clients) because it works better than anything I ever experienced to resolve trauma and reconnect to our heart and core. agreed. Though I think some people interpret freedom as meaning they should be able to do whatever they want in a relationship. And that’s not true. Relationships require commitment, compromise, boundaries/actions that will presence and prioritize the relationship as well. May I suggest a book titled ‘Conscious parent’s it will help you accept you children the way they are Think of yourself as a cake and true love is the cherry on the cake…no conditions, no judgement.. Thank you, Dr. Shefali for validating what true love should be. Blessings Love cannot be classified as the be all and end all. In a relationship it should be that component that compliments you,