10 Breakthroughs From
Ordinary To Extraordinary Love
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IN AN ORDINARY RELATIONSHIP…
MY PARTNER SOFTENS MY FEARS
IN AN EXTRAORDINARY RELATIONSHIP…MY PARTNER HELPS ME FACE MY FEARS
Ordinarily, we depend on our partners to help us soften our fears. We seek to console and protect each other from the things that scare us most in life. Our relationship is a safe haven for us to face our worst fears about ourselves, the world, life, and death. If our partner doesn’t share these fears, as a sign of love, they can protect us by standing out front and handling them for us.
In this lesson we'll look at the 10th breakthrough where we'll explore why softening our partner's fears is often what perpetuates them.
So what can we do instead? We'll discover a new and more extraordinary way of relating to ourselves and our partners when we are face to face with our biggest fears.
Share in the comments what you believe is your partner’s biggest fear and how might you help them to lovingly face it?
How do you handle fear when it comes up in your relationships? What has you feel the courage to lean in and face your face? What has you feel too afraid to face them? What does your partner tend to do in those moments? What would support you even more? Your challenge is to:
As a special bonus we are including this Relationship Guide - The 8 Basic Do's and Don'ts
There is a foundation of respect and common sense that must pervade all of your relationships if you want to create an extraordinary love. It doesn’t matter how well you waxed the car if you drive it off the road into a telephone pole.
These basic do’s, and don’ts, when violated, undermine any effort toward building an extraordinary love. The most powerful and expanding healings and epiphanies mean nothing unless these basics are handled.
“You know you are in love when you don’t want to fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams."
- Dr. Suess
REFLECTION QUESTION | Answer the question(s) below
Name your partner's biggest fear? How might you help them face that fear?