Or, it can be maladaptive in our lives by keeping us from going after or doing what we suspect would make us very happy in life.
Fear of change while being unable to come to terms with parts of our pasts can keep a person with good intentions for success immobilized in his or her life.
Warren, I was in a long-term relationship for many years, and it ended about six months ago.Spend some time in quiet reflection and ask yourself the following questions: Who are you now in this very moment? The point of self-discovery is to increase self-confidence and create an accurate picture of your best qualities, as well as areas that you could improve upon.Some people like to “reinvent” themselves somewhat after a relationship ends.Or, on that note, get in touch with activities that you haven’t done for a while that you once enjoyed. Create the life you would like to live given the tools that you have.Nervousness can be a tool for success Now, you mentioned in your letter that you have some nervousness.Both partners should be healed as much as possible from past relationships so that they able to truly enjoy the person that he or she is dating for who they really are, and not for a projection of another from one’s dating past.