Let’s be real…

The kind of love you’re getting you don’t want, and the kind of love you want you’re not getting.

 
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some truth bombs..

(warning: may sting a little)

  • You are the common denominator in all your love experiences. For instance, if you keep finding yourself in dating relationships with “crazies” or “jerks” its because deep down you believe something about yourself that attracts those kinds of partners.

  • You are what you you speak into your life. Example, If you feel you’re crazy and you say to your friends you’re crazy, then you’ll showing up looking crazy, and you are a little bit crazy. It’s ok though. It’s common to feel “crazy in love”, just ask Beyonce.

  • What you put out is what you get back. For instance, If you don’t feel you deserve to be loved, then you don’t believe it, and you’re not going to receive the love you say you want. (It’s just how body, heart, and human brain science works. You collect evidence in your brain and believe with your heart.)

  • The good news is that you have a choice! You control you. You choose how you want to respond to others. you teach people how you want to be treated.

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I Get it.

I hear you.

The struggle is real.

 

Hi! I’m Aaron, your love coach.

I’ve spent the better part of my late 20’s to mid-30’s uncovering, unraveling and rewriting my love story. I had a lot of pain, destructive behaviors, and unconscious stories that I permitted to run my life. It was like an old computer operating system I had to replace.

It always takes two to tango in a relationship. I knew it wasn’t just my partner’s fault. I had to became aware of the problems I was creating.

Others would tell me “People don’t change.” But, I knew I had to change… I wanted to... I made the conscious effort to become aware of the internal driving force that was creating all of the love that I didn’t want.

When my internal narrative changed, my personal reality changed.

Join me in this thought experiment…

 

What if…

You DON’T Change your Story?

  • You’ll continue to live in fear and avoid what you say you want

  • You’ll experience the same unloving behaviors

  • You’ll loop back to being confused, angry, sad, helpless, defeated, miserable, lonely, resentful.. and well, small

  • You’ll miss out on the love story you COULD be enjoying

You do change your story?

  • You’ll have a hard time believing true love could be so good

  • All your relationships will change, not just the intimate ones

  • You’ll no longer take things personally and be trapped by your pain

  • You’ll gain self-confidence and become empowered

  • You’ll have a new awareness of compassion for yourself and others