So many of you may wonder about this one. I know I had my own doubts back when I was recently divorced, feeling angry and bitter. Why bother?
But how can you even begin to consider this question realistically until you become more aware of how you got to this place of disillusionment?
Perhaps it was some extremely painful experience with unrequited love that convinced you to never give your heart again. Deep down in your unconscious, lurking quietly, there may be persistent and unfriendly voices that repeat over and over to never, ever trust another again with your heart.
Sometimes it feels like a permanent certainty that you do not deserve to meet someone who has the potential to love you unconditionally. Or perhaps you feel like you have done everything you can to improve yourself, but everyone else seems damaged beyond repair.
It is essential that each of us revisit our abandonment or betrayal stories, and especially the lessons we think we have learned from them. How have your perceptions of that story changed over the years? How about the deep and abiding shame you may feel from previous breakups? Has your self-concept changed since then? Do you need a reality check? Does that old rejection story hold far more power than it should in your present world?
Only by first raising your awareness of sensitive areas around your own personal roadblocks, and then creating new ways to work through past emotional obstacles, is it possible to access a healthier belief in all that love might have to offer you now.
That is why I wrote How To Believe In Love Again, to help you become a private detective in service to your own self-awareness and self-development. I found it essential to forgive myself and others to begin to trust again, but it was only when I began to listen to my inner wisdom that my life began to change in many important ways.
If you wish to gather a deeper understanding of why you fear love so much, and then search out those experiences in your past that have kept you stuck in your old ways of perceiving love, this book can help.
Together we will explore those negative love experiences from your past where you lost your trust in others—those bad times that now sabotage your present faith that love could make you feel wonderful again!