If you are or have been in a relationship, you ought to know by now are very difficult. And some can be extremely difficult.
I’ve had my fair share, and am currently in one that has proven to be the most difficult one. But the one that has taught me the most about myself, and for that I will be forever grateful.
I’ve always been intrigued by the topic of relationships. Always. Since I was a little girl. I too often asked, and still ask myself if being in romantic relationship is something inherent to mankind, or it’s something we’ve copied/learned from the first person who said “We must be in relationship”, whomever that guy was. Hollywood chick flicks has thrown a lot of dirt to what a relationship is or should be. So, I won’t get myself started! If you know me, you already know my stance on this.
One of my goals with this blog is to talk about what I’m learning from relationships, from being in one and from talking to other people who seem to get it right, and some other who just don’t get it at all. Again, I’m learning. I’m not an expert. I’m 50 years old and just now, this year I became committed into looking within, searching for my own happiness, and trying to crack the impossible code of relationships. And the truth is, I will die without cracking it, but I hope I can find peace in my heart, for myself, because at the end this is what it is all about.
So, this serves as my first entry on the topic… I came across these podcasts from Gangaji (you might want to check her out). It’s a three part series on relationships. If you are or have been in relationships that are difficult, you should give these a listen. Totally worth it.
Love, Attachment & Dependency – Part 1 of 3: Click here
Abandonment and Self-Betrayal – Part 2 of 3: Click here
Being Alone – Part 3 of 3: Click here
Also, I’d like to hear from you. If you have an opinion, thought, a recommendation, even an article that you think can help me get more insight on the subject, please do. I will appreciate any support I can get on my journey.