You need to be kind, focused, brave, and fiercely discriminating about whom you share your time with.
He counsels that in order to find love, we need to focus on something he calls our core gifts, and this is really interesting because core gifts are often things we don’t consider assets.
Every few weeks, Meet Mindful will publish a new audio micro-meditation.
If you can, try to do them every day, or every few days if that’s easier.
It might be a fiery nature, sensitivity, or vulnerability.
“When we have a core gift that has not been ‘loved into fullness,’” he writes, “acknowledged, respected or valued…
By Ken Page Midlife is a perfect time to get more real in our relationships As a psychotherapist who has worked with thousands of single people over the past 27 years, I’ve come to the conclusion that the way we’re taught to approach relationships is more likely to lead to heartbreak than to lasting love. Best of all, I’ve found that this approach, which I call “Deeper Dating,” actually favors people in their late 40s, 50s and older because at this stage of life, we are much less willing to waste our time in the pursuit of unhealthy relationships.
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But much of that is the unnecessary byproduct of how we’ve been conditioned to approach our dating life. We’ve been handed a defective map of the path to love! What are single people constantly encouraged to do? And you’ll be pleased to know that none of them relates to your age, hairline or waist size.