Yet, the irony is, we get what we focus on so even though we don’t want the undesired person, relationship, or pattern in our life, we tend to attract them like flies because of where we put our focus. It takes courage to define what we really want and shift our focus from problems to possibilities. Megan is living a life of her dreams along the shores of Grand Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan with her husband of 35 years, and 2 young adult children.Eight Ways to Grow Your Courage for Breaking Old Patterns and Creating New Relationship Patterns: 1. 0,recommended Playlist=video Details.recommended Video Playlist
A pattern weaving through her all her love relationships was becoming clearer to Emily. She certainly knew what she didn’t want; she just wasn’t as clear about what she did want. Tear up or better yet, burn the paper you’ve written the old pattern on. Known as The Courage Coach, Megan is the award-winning author of The Courage Code, an inspiring book for any woman looking for courage and wanting to live from a place of authenticity. She has over 30 years of experience working as a leader, consultant and trainer in business and industry.
Here's how it works: The repetition compulsion is an attempt to rewrite history.
The history we try to rewrite is typically the troubled relationship with our parents, particularly the opposite sex parent.
If you think you don’t have one, then your pattern might just be constantly fighting not to do the same thing you did in all of your previous relationships, which is a pattern in itself.
Falling into these patterns might be slowing you down in your search for Mr.