Dear Mom and Dad, I Love You
Hello my dearest ones!
Today, I would like to talk about two of the most important people in our lives: our mother and father.
Do you think many of us have problematic relationships with our parents?
Think about it. Meanwhile, let me say what I mean by “problematic.” To me, “problematic” means:
- That you either do not communicate with your parents at all or that you talk with them too often.
- That you repeat your parents’ actions and end up in the same negative situations. Imagine, for example, that your father drank a lot, and now you, too, have become an alcoholic.
- That you’re unable to distance yourself from your parents: you either cannot let go of their expectations or you expect too much of them.
- That you suffer from the same physical diseases as your parents.
- That you feel a dose of anger, hurt, judgment, and neglect when it comes to your parents.
Let’s consider the details.
When we lack love from our fathers, we are usually insecure. We struggle to find our life mission, feeling small and insignificant. We also experience financial difficulties. When it comes to relationships, we jump in without a second thought. We are hungry for attention. Women who have damaged relationships with their fathers usually go for bad boys, hoping their love and attention would turn those men from bad boys into prince charming-s. These women give too much, never receiving anything in return. The men by their side grow busier by the day, only to soon disappear and leave these women heartbroken.
It is crucial that you remember your father. You have a father. He is always by your side! He—with his talents, love, support, and care—can be found within every cell of your body.
He wanted you to be here. Imagine your father saying, “My little girl, I love you so much. I will always be by your side.” Together, we can work on the relationships we have with our fathers. Join me and register for the webinar “Dad, I love you!” There, we will do different constellations to heal from trauma and become more confident.
The Significance of our Mothers
Our mothers teach us to receive love. Our mothers show us how to become women and accept our femininity. The relationship we have with our mothers is the steppingstone to giving and receiving love.
It is very important for us to realize that our mothers live within us. We can only love ourselves if we love our moms!
Because our parents have such a profound influence on our lives, we should establish a fruitful relationship with them. More importantly, we should craft the right image of who our parents are.
In order to do so, you can join our transformative seminars! Transformation starts within!
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