“What is objectionable, what is dangerous about extremists is not that they are extreme, but that they are intolerant. The evil is not what they say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents.”― Robert F. Kennedy First, a confession: Although I pride myself on my ability to dialog and find a common […]
Question submitted via Formspring:
“I’m in a two years relationship. I always thought, that we were indestructible, but for a few months I don’t think that anymore… And I dont wanna think all the time about “are we meant to be” cause i know that i can decide if we are. But how do I know?”
The important thing to remember about any self-sabotaging behavior, or situation you are worried about is: things only get scary if you look too far ahead!
If your relationship is working fine right now, that is what matters; whether or not you’ll get married 3 years from now will have to wait until 2 ½ years from now!
If you think about it, self-sabotage is rooted in fear, fear that whatever happens in the future will be bad. Fear of the future, and of uncertainty in general are such problems that I did an entire program on how to fix it.
The answer to the question above, along with the details on my new program, are included in the video below:
Part 2 of the video talks more about the concept of self sabotage, including:
*Why you self-sabotage
*What it gets you
*Why you need to stop
*How you can change
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B. Dave Walters
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