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- I am 29 years old and, up until the last couple of years, I have never had any examples in my life of a good, healthy, and truly in love couple in marriage or other romantic relationships. For most of that time I had the worst possible examples available. Even on a spiritual path I have not seen what I would one day hope to have in a marriage. I feel like I’m starting at the furthest possible end of the spectrum as my relationships have always been very unhealthy and ultimately unloving and dysfunctional. I am seeing a therapist and talking to her about my messed up belief systems with men. Part of me doesn’t believe it could be a reality to have a beautiful, life-long relationship, at least not with my baggage. I would like to know from You what it would take in order for me (specifically) to have that kind of love (which so many people seem to not have).
- My grandmother just died and I know I should feel very sad, but I was unable to cry about it. I have heard You speak about “feeling is healing,” and I want to know what I can do to feel the sadness I know is within me.