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Part of having more of what you want means knowing when it’s time to take a break. It’s a powerful action, even if it seems like you’re moving in the opposite direction of what you want.
People often take breaks from dating or commitment, but doing so doesn’t necessarily help. Because they don’t necessarily look deeper to discover what’s actually creating the pain.
It’s not just dating or relationship as a whole. When you look deeper you start to see your habits and patterns that create suffering.
So rather than a break from dating or relationship, try creating a break from settling, from checking out or from putting your needs last. Take a break from putting a woman in a box before you really know her, from judging yourself or from making a woman’s NO mean something about you.
If you’ve been frustrated with your connections with women, or with anything in your life, take a moment to consider what you could use a break from.
Then make a commitment to yourself for a specific amount of time (1 week, 1 month, etc). “I will not…” And choose what you’ll do instead.
If you’ve been setting your needs aside to try to make women want you more it could be:
“For the next week, I will take a break from ignoring my needs. I will practice noticing my needs and I will communicate about them when I have them.”
I can’t wait to hear how it goes!
Leave a comment here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: I took a break.
Speaking of breaks, I’m about to take a break from that involves white sand and time to unwind.
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