The Perfection TrapA Workshop By Rita Harrison
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The myth goes like this;“If I become perfect myself, then it follows that I will attract the perfect mate.”
Seems logical on the surface, but is it really?
If you are ‘working’ on yourself - by yourself- in a bubble or a vacuum, the end result can only be loneliness since you are not interacting with anyone else while you’re trudging through the trenches battling your personal demons.
What You Should Do‘Work’ on yourself as one half of a couple instead of trying to become perfect on your own.
The Action To Take NowJump in and dare to grow together and learn to be with people in all your glorious imperfection instead of avoiding others until you become perfect.
The Path To The Perfect RelationshipGrow together instead of the fearing of connection. Everyone knows that "we reap what we sow", so it makes sense to concentrate on sowing connection rather than the loneliness of trying to be perfect.
This is actually the path to the perfect relationship, because we only recognize it when we see it, so when you take the leap of faith and work together, you‘ll end up with the partner who is perfect for you.
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