Trapped In The Perfection Trap

Trapped In The Perfection Trap

Check out this short article by Rita on emotional baggage!

Tips on how to escape “The Perfection Trap”, get your “Special Someone” & make a true “Love Connection”.

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“Everyone comes with baggage, find someone who loves you enough to help you unpack.”

Check this article out if you need some help…
willow4u.com/baggage

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Too Much Baggage?

 

Rita Harrison

 

Don’t Get Caught In The Perfection Trap (Part 3)
by Rita Harrison & Eric Rude

  • Do you ever get the feeling that you have too much baggage?
    So much, in fact, that you can’t imagine how anyone would ever be interested in you?
    Is It Baggage? Or Really Empowerment, Self Confidence And Trust.

 

Or maybe you’re on the other side of the fence; you’ve dispelled your demons and now you can’t find someone who has done the work like you have and it seems like they all have too much baggage, which makes the idea of connecting with them seem impossible.

Here’s what we suggest!!!
What if you never find out what you´re missing because you’re only focusing on their faults? Most of the time we’ve found that people are just using those circumstances as excuses to protect themselves from getting hurt again. We’ve seen people wait for years, wasting precious time waiting for the stars to align and for it to feel like it’s alright to begin again.

Take the risk and engage in a relationship NOW in spite of the “baggage”. We say that what you´ll find is that the baggage actually doesn´t matter, and if you are willing to connect, what you’ll likely find is that whatever baggage there is begins to disappear inside of the relationship, or ceases to matter at all!

This gives you the chance to explore the good in your partner instead of focusing on the negative, and have a new or better relationship right away instead of waiting for things to change on their own before you have the joy of the relationships you want.

Leaves your hands free!!!

Instead of correcting start learning to encourage nourishing curiosity, start pointing out the good and focus on the potential (strength) instead of the weakness of the other, then they get stronger and correct themselves automatically and without effort.