Have you ever loved, I mean really loved, onlrelationshipsy to have your heart broken?

 

 

You gave your all to the relationship, and were completely blindsided by the breakup? 

Perhaps he/she:

  • cheated
  • stopped returning calls,
  • or called it quits,

and you simply did not see it coming.


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Yes, maybe there were signs, but you ignored them.  Perhaps your family or friends warned you and told you that something was amiss.  But you kept on, let your heart lead, and you believed. 

You really believed.  You believed in the relationship and in your heart.  And bam, you were let down, left alone, disappointed and heart broken.  

And it hurt. 

It really hurt and nobody really gets it.  Nobody really understands how much it hurt.


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Ever since that day, you vowed, deep inside yourself, to

Never to be that naive again. Never really trust again.  Never to really trust your heart agaian.  Never to fully trust in another again.  You vowed to never really believe, again.

Yes,there have been other relationships since, but you have a wall up, surrounding your heart. 

We’ve all heard the expression — his heart wasn’t in it, right?   Well, when your walls surround your heart, you never really allow yourself to feel the full depth of love and it is impossible for others to truly connect with you either.  To truly feel you, and feel connected with you.

Which is unfortunate, because we were made, we were created to be in relationship. 

To be in relationship with ourselves, and with others. 

Our   ‘walled heart’ blocks truly loving relationship with yourself and with others.  And deep down, you may not want to admit a need to be in relationship with another, but you can’t seem to help to think about it.  Of course you would deny that to your friends, maybe even to your stotic ‘nope, I don’t need anyone’ self.  But sometimes, while youre alone, in the middle of the night, or during this holiday season, you feel that need and it’s accompanying desire.

It was with those thoughts I invited special guest Olavé Sebastien on my live radio broadcast What About Me


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Olavé is a speaker, male emotional disrupter, influencer and author of Memoirs of a Hopeful Romantic. 

Olavé is passionate about informing and inspiring men of color that they were created to love and display emotions despite their life struggles.   He teaches men of color that the walls around their heart can be slowly removed by having an open and trusting mindset that love does exist in all aspects of relationships, be it romantic or platonic.  

Check out the interview right here:   What About Me Episode 3.

If you are ready to clear your love trauma, so you can move on, and become fully connected to yourself and to others, so you can start living the life of your dreams, I invite you to contact me.  Let’s have a conversation to see if I can help guide you there.

I’m Keisha Dixon, The Tapping Queen, Creater of the Monetize Your Mind Success System.  I guide women to tap into the most successful version of themselves.

 

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