Break free from relationship anxiety
WHY RELATIONSHIPS SCARE US & WHAT TO DO ABOUT OUR FEARS
There are two essential ingredients for a good life: “One is love. The other is finding a way of coping with life that does not push love away.”
So, why is it that we get in our own way when it comes to finding and maintaining love?
On a romantic level, why are we our own worst enemy?
Love and relationships are by far the most important factors to leading a happy and fulfilling life. And while the idea of falling in love can sound blissful, interpersonal relationships almost always challenge us in ways we don’t expect.
Most of us say we want love in our lives, yet so many of us find it difficult to tolerate meaningful romantic relationships that satisfy our needs and desires.
Many people either struggle in selecting an appropriate, loving partner, or when they do enter a relationship, they feel compelled to push away or even punish the one they love.
Relationship anxiety (and fears) can hit at any time, at any stage of any relationship.
From the moment we first start dating to when we decide to make a symbolic commitment, like getting married.
You can be married for several years and suddenly find yourself questioning whether or not you’re with the “right” partner.
Or perhaps the doubt was quietly there all along and then it suddenly bursts into flame out of the blue.
In large part, this anxiety has to do with our past. Circumstances and dynamics in our closest relationships often trigger old feelings such as insecurity, fear, rejection, or abandonment.
Whatever the specifics of your story, this free masterclass will help you make sense of your experience and work through your anxiety so that you don’t have to walk away from the loving, stable relationship you truly deserve.
In this masterclass, Dayo Samuel will shed light on
- What prevents most people from being able to sustain romantic, meaningful relationships that satisfy their needs and desires?
- Why we experience relationship anxiety.
- Where do our fears come from?
- Identify the 5 Major Fears That Kill Relationships
- Recognize the role childhood defenses and the “critical inner voice” play in our relationships.
- Explain how early childhood traumas affect our individual ability to maintain intimacy.
- Break free of limiting patterns to enjoy stronger, more fulfilling relationships.
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