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The 11 Biggest Misperceptions About The Masculine – Part 2

Man woman masculine feminineLast week we began looking at the 11 biggest misperceptions about the masculine, but why is it important for us to understand them?

Unfortunately, working with both men and women around the world I see the consequences of the beliefs that both men and women hold about masculinity, and how it affects both them and their relationships.

So many men have lost touch with their sense of masculinity and it’s important for them to be able feel good about reclaiming their masculine power without feeling that they will be criticised for doing so, without misunderstanding what that really means (and therefore not wielding the power honourably) or that the burden of the mantle of the label ‘masculine’ will be too big.

The best way to navigate and avoid these potential challenges, is to truly understand what ‘the masculine’ means, and sometimes the best way to begin to understand what something is, is to understand what it is not.

So to celebrate that yesterday was international men’s day, here are the remaining biggest misperceptions of the masculine:

8. Masculine is not Invulnerable

Vulnerability is a real hot topic and major trigger point for many men. The belief that masculine equals strong, and vulnerability equals weakness creates a lot of misperceptions that the masculine cannot be vulnerable. In reality, vulnerability does not mean weakness at all. Vulnerable means ‘open to attack, harm or damage,’ which while a little scary does not imply weakness. In fact to risk being open to attack, harm or damage for the purposes of being also open to love, passion and connection takes real courage. Being vulnerable is courageous, and inside every masculine man beats the heart of a hero, ready to take brave risks for the purposes of a reward that’s worth it. Connecting with another’s heart takes courage, and the masculine is ready and willing to take that risk knowing the reward will give him more than he could possibly imagine.

9. Masculine is not Superior

There is this HUGE misperception that somewhere along the line someone decided that masculinity was in some way superior to femininity, and that the feminine was somehow less than its masculine counterpart. As with all opposite forces in nature, the masculine and feminine are EQUAL and opposite. That does not make them the same, it means that neither is better or worse, stronger or weaker than the other. The true masculine knows and respects the power of the feminine, and would never seek to diminish or demean it. The masculine does not feel more masculine by diminishing the feminine, and in fact understands that to diminish either actually disempowers them both. The real strength and power of the masculine and feminine comes when they combine, complementing each other’s strengths and weaknesses, where the whole becomes more than the sum of it’s parts.

10. Masculine is not Selfish

The masculine and feminine relate to their own needs in very different ways. The feminine, because of its nurturing nature, has a tendency to do its best to ensure that everyone else’s needs are met first, and because of its awareness of everything at all times gets easily distracted from its own needs. This means that the needs of the feminine tend to get met as a ‘last resort’ i.e. That the feminine meets its own needs when they get urgent, which tends of be at the last possible moment. On the flip side, the masculine tends to meet its needs immediately that it first becomes aware of them. If a masculine man is hungry, he eats (irrespective of whether dinner will be ready in 10 minutes), if he’s thirsty, he drinks, if he’s tired, he rests and if he needs the bathroom, he goes – the moment he’s aware of the need. As such women can sometimes view masculine men as selfish, putting their needs first above all others. What’s interesting is that in reality a big part of the reason the masculine ensures his needs get met immediately is because of the sense of responsibility he feels to provide and protect. If his needs aren’t met, if he’s hungry or tired, or needs the bathroom, this could impact his ability to provide and protect, meaning that he wouldn’t be able to look after the feminine and the family to the best of his ability. Often this process is happening at a subconscious level, he’s not even aware of it, but he looks after himself first to ensure that he can do the best job possible in taking care of the things he feels a responsibility for.

11. Masculine is not Inferior

Last, but by no means least, in the same way that the masculine is not superior to the feminine, it is not inferior either. Over the last 20-40 years the role of men in our culture has often become that of ridicule and mockery. The subconscious fear from many women that men won’t know how to wield their masculine power honourably and in a trustworthy way has led to them wanting to take this power from them. Emasculation in the form of humour has become a dominant part of our lives, and in the same way as undermining women disempowers both men and women, the same is true in the other direction too. If either sex believes it needs to take power from the other to feel powerful itself, it doesn’t understand the true meaning and nature of power. It comes from the inside out, not the outside in – you can’t take it from anyone else, and the attempt to do so only demonstrates an underlying feeling of insecurity and disempowerment. The jokes, eye rolls, and put downs at the expense of men and masculinity are equally offensive and damaging to men, women and relationships, as the equivalent slights against women did and continue to do. The true masculine and feminine seek to build each other up, rather than tear each other down, because it’s in combining our strengths that we really see what’s possible together.

So I’m curious, what are your experiences of the word masculine? Do any of the misperceptions I’ve mentioned above ring true for you? Have you felt that any of these were true at one point or another, and what did that mean for you and your relationships? Are you aware of other misperceptions about masculinity that have created some challenges for you?

…and watch this space because in the next couple of week’s I’ll be sharing the other side of the coin for you to understand what true masculine and real feminine is really all about…

With Love,

Claire x

The 11 Biggest Misperceptions About The Masculine – Part 1

man-164962_1280A while ago I posted an article explaining what feminine is not because the word ‘feminine’ has become so misunderstood that many women have actively avoided or denied any association with it.

Unfortunately I see a similar situation when it comes to the word masculine. When I hear the words masculine and feminine used in conversation they’re often associated with concepts or linked to ideas that have nothing at all to do with either.

Before I set the record straight on what masculinity IS, I wanted to help us to get clear on what it is not. So here are 10 commonly held misperceptions about the masculine that are untrue:

1. Masculine is not Neanderthal

So many people as soon as you mention the word masculine envisage a caveman with a club whose first instinct is to smack the nearest women over the head and drag her back to his cave. While I have no judgment if that’s your idea of a fun Saturday night, that’s not what the masculine is about, nor is it about macho peacocking behavior either. While masculine energy, aspects and behaviours might have evolved from our cavemen ancestors, these days he’s upright, out of the cave and knows how to respect and honour a woman of this day and age in a way that she’ll really respond to.

2. Masculine is not Aggressive

Many people equate masculinity with aggression, but aggression is simply a tool to cover an underlying sense of lack or insecurity. Empowered masculine energy is confident and assertive, but has no need to be aggressive. It doesn’t need to prove its power or strength, because it’s innate.

3. Masculine is not Arrogant

When people call to mind alpha males who are connected to their masculine, one of the biggest complaints is an air of arrogance. Like with the ‘masculine is not aggressive’ point, arrogance tends to come from a need to compensate from a lack of truly feeling confident in one’s own abilities and importance, creating a need to ‘prove’ and in doing so overinflate the ego in these areas. A man who truly owns his masculinity has no need to prove anything, and is confident in his value and abilities.

4. Masculine is not Lazy

Men tend to get a bad rap from us women because when we see them doing ‘nothing’ or doing the minimum required to get a job done, and often they get labeled as lazy. Compared to us and our constant and never-ending to-do lists, (and often our identity and sense of significance being tied to how busy we are and how much we have to do) doing less, or nothing seems unacceptable. In reality most men aren’t lazy at all, they are just incredibly aware of a desire to be efficient. Men know that in order to continue to perform, they need to relax, they need to have down time, they need to recharge their batteries, to continue to ‘do’ when they will no longer be effective is futile. The masculine sees inefficiency as a waste of energy and avoids it wherever possible.

5. Masculine is not Destructive

While we’re aware that masculine is competitive, we can sometimes misunderstand this as being destructive and expect a man to do whatever it takes to win, including destroying anything and anyone that gets in it’s path. In reality, the masculine is about rising to the challenge rather than destroying anything that threatens it’s potential to win. The true, empowered masculine doesn’t want to win by destroying another, it wants to win by being and becoming better itself. The masculine wants to win, but it wants to do so in an honourable way; if it has to take someone else out to get the prize, it knows it’s not truly won.

6. Masculine is not Void of Emotion

While the masculine does tend more to the logical, it also isn’t void of emotion either. Often the perception of a masculine man is a strong, silent type, who never speaks about how he feels, and doesn’t understand or relate well to his emotions. A man truly connected with his masculinity understands that we all have both masculine and feminine inside us, and that neither can flourish without the other. While emotions are not as dominant in the masculine as they are in the feminine, an embodied masculine man is connected to, understands and can communicate his emotions.

7. Masculine is not Infallible

The masculine can sometimes be perceived as being all-knowing, and sometimes it can feel like the masculine has to always get it ‘right.’ The responsibility of leading can weigh heavy on a man’s shoulders and the pressure he can put on himself to have all the answers can be immense. In reality, the true masculine regularly learning, growing and stepping up and into more of himself. Most importantly it is not just OK for the masculine to make mistakes, it’s important for him to be able to and give himself permission do so as it’s one of the most effective ways to learn and grow. Being masculine does not stop a man from being human, in fact the true masculine is wonderfully real, beautifully flawed and perfectly imperfect.

Come back next week to discover the final four, and in some ways the most important misperceptions about the masculine. Click here now to see part 2

So I’m curious, what are your experiences of the word masculine? Do any of the misperceptions I’ve mentioned above ring true for you? Have you felt that any of these were true at one point or another, and what did that mean for you and your relationships? Are you aware of other misperceptions about masculinity that have created some challenges for you?

…and watch this space because in the next couple of week’s I’ll be sharing the other side of the coin for you to understand what true masculine and real feminine is really all about…

With Love,

Claire x

How Fast Should You Go From Online Dating To Real Life?

These days, when people are looking to begin dating or meeting new people, they will often give online dating a go.

It’s a great way to meet people who are actively telling you that they’re interested in dating.

It’s also a great way to meet more people then you would in your average week going about your day-to-day life.

But the question I often get asked is how quickly do you move a connection created online to meeting in real life?

Do you want to meet as soon as you connect?

Or do you want to build the connection online first?

As someone who has done quite a bit of online dating in the past, I’ve experienced both, and so I know from first hand experience what works, and what doesn’t, and it might not be what you’re expecting.

So how fast should you wait before moving an online connection into the real world? Watch the video now to find out…

AND if you scroll down, I’ve got a special little message to share with you after today’s episode of LPPTV, with an exciting announcement.

Tweet the Love… As Soon As You’ve Established Interest, Find A Way To Meet @LovePPassion

…and here’s the little announcement that I wanted to share with you as it’s very much connected to today’s episode of LPPTV…

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you done much online dating? Have you waited to connect in person, or have you met straight away? What has your experience been? Which has worked better for you? Which do you think would work best from your experience? Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 24 - When Does 1+1 in a Relationship Not Equal 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

When Does 1+1 in a Relationship NOT Equal 2?

LPPTV Episode 24 - When Does 1+1 in a Relationship Not Equal 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionGenerally speaking we’ve come to expect that 1+1 equals 2.

So in the majority of monogamous relationships, it would be reasonable to expect that the same principe would apply.

But the reality is that in relationships 1+1 does not always equal 2.

Sometimes it equals 2.

Sometimes it equals 0.

Sometimes it equals way MORE than 2.

So how does this work?

How do you avoid 1+1 equalling 0?

…and how do you create a relationship where 1+1 adds up to WAY more than 2?

Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… The Relationships Where 1+1 = Way More Than 2 Are Where The Magic Is @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever had a situation like the one I described in the video? Have you had 1+1 that equals zero? Have you ever experienced what it’s like to have 1+1 add up to way more than 2? Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 23 - Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner?

LPPTV Episode 23 - Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI’ve been working as a coach and mentor for a few years now, and I’ve been asked some interesting questions in that time.

I’ve been asked about dating, sex, unconventional relationships, you name it.

But a few months ago I was asked the question that stopped me dead in my tracks.

“Claire, Do You Ever Argue with Your Partner?”

I stopped, I laughed, and then I gave her my reply.

The honest truth is that I didn’t want to get in front of the camera today.

I didn’t want to record this video.

…and then I realised precisely why I needed to.

Today I share very openly about my own personal relationship, in a way that you won’t hear many relationship experts speaking.

So, the question is DO I ever argue with my partner?

Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… In Order To Take The Best Care Of Your Relationship, First Take Care Of Yourself @LovePPassion

.Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever had a situation like the one I described in the video? Have you noticed a time when you’re arguing more with your partner? Have you tried what I suggested in the video, and have you seen a difference? Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 22 - Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship?

Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship?

LPPTV Episode 22 - Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship? In my experience, the majority of people at some point in their life will be looking for a long-term, committed relationship.

Someone to spend the rest of their days with.

Someone to grow old with.

Someone to share their life with.

Someone to marry.

Someone to have children with.

Someone who will be there forever.

We get told from the age we can understand words all about ‘happily ever after’, the holy grail of relationships.

…and most people, including relationship experts, will tell you that commitment is a good thing in a relationship.

So today, I’m going to be just a little bit controversial and say that commitment isn’t always a good thing.

In fact, commitment could be killing your relationship.

Want to know why? Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… If You Want Your Partner To Show Up Tomorrow, You Have To Show Up Today @LovePPassion

…and before you start wondering whether I am telling you NOT to be committed in a relationship, it’s not quite as simple as that. But what I will say that if you try what I’ve shared in the video, it has the capacity to transform your relationship completely. This has worked magic for several of my clients and has transformed my own relationship.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you every considered whether commitment could be causing problems in your relationship? Do you recognise any of the situations I mentioned in the video? Have you been desperate to get commitment from your partner, and has it pushed them away? How did you deal with it? Have you tried what I talk about in the video? How did it change things for you? Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 21 - Is there any such thing as the one

Is There Any Such Thing As ‘The One’?

LPPTV Episode 21 - Is there any such thing as the oneIs he the one for me?

Is she the one for me?

I have been asked by both the young and the old whether there is any such thing as ‘the one’.

In our culture, we seem to be fixated on finding ‘the one’, that one special person who is a perfect fit for us.

…and we tend to believe that if we find ‘the one’ that everything else will be relatively easy. If a relationship is challenging, we can assume that we’ve made a mistake, that they’re not ‘the one’ and therefore want to move on to someone else, afraid we’re wasting our time with the wrong person and that we might be missing out on finding our ‘one’.

I too was always trying to analyse if the person in my life was ‘the one’. For years, each relationship I was constantly checking, analysing, judging…was the person I had in front of me my ‘one’?

I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve had the conversation “Is there any such thing as the one?” and most people have asked themselves this question at some point or another, but rarely do they find an answer.

Have you always been on the look out for the right person? Have you been trying endlessly to find the perfect person to spend the rest of your life with? Is this causing any problems in your current relationship? And more importantly, are you being realistic?

Would you like to know if there’s one perfect person out there for you? Watch today’s video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… Rather than looking for the one, look for the right one for right now @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you been looking for the one?  Did you think it was possible to find the perfect person? Did this cause any problems in your relationship? Are you always trying to analyse the person who is with you and trying to find out if he/she is the perfect person? Has this ruined your relationship? Have you tried what I mentioned in the video? Did it work for you?  Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 20 - How Can You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

How Do You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship?

LPPTV Episode 20 - How Can You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI don’t know about you, but I can’t tell you about the number of trips that I’ve been on where a problem with the person I’ve been travelling with has really put a dampener on the trip.

Whether that person was a friend, a family member, a partner or even a stranger I met while on my trip, I can remember challenges with pretty much all of them at some time or another.

I can vividly recall (much to my embarrassment now) arguments in Epcot Centre in Orlando, on the streets of Prague and countless other destinations over the years.

…and unfortunately I’m not alone.

From a recent piece of research, it was discovered that when travelling with a partner, 79% of people have at least 2 big fights on a trip, 62% fight daily and for a shocking 12% of couples the problems on a trip caused a relationship to end.

I’ve also been in that last group too.

But why does travelling with someone else create such challenges?  Well, when you’re together, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it puts a magnifying glass on your relationship.  The good stuff gets better…and the challenges, well, they can seem overwhelming.

So when someone asked me how you can travel with someone, friend, family member, partner, or even someone you’ve just met, without it ruining both your trip and your relationship…and even how the experience of travel can improve your relationship, I had to record an episode of LPPTV to share with you.

So how do you travel together without ruining your relationship?  Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… In Order To Prevent Challenges When Travelling Make Sure You Communicate @LovePPassion

…and if you’re planning a trip with someone and want even more tips and advice on how travelling together can enhance and improve your trip and your relationship, click here now to see the videos I mention above.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever travelled with someone else?  How did it go? Was it smooth sailing? Or did you have some problems? Has travelling with someone else ruined a trip? Or a relationship? Have you tried what I mentioned in the video? Did it work for you?  Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 19 - Why The Grass Is Never Greener - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

Why The Grass Is Never Greener…

LPPTV Episode 19 - Why The Grass Is Never Greener - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI’ve been there, and I’m sure you have too.

For whatever reason, your current relationship situation isn’t quite working out the way you want it to.

Maybe you’re in a relationship and having some problems.

Maybe you’re single and not enjoying it.

Maybe you’ve changed how you feel about the person you’re with.

You look around you at the other people in your life – family, friends, colleagues, even strangers – and we see what they have, and it seems so much better.

Maybe they’re single and you love the idea of all the freedom they seem to have.

Maybe they’re in a relationship that seems to be wonderful, and better than any you’ve ever experienced.

Maybe they’re having an affair and seem to be having the best of both worlds.

We look and it seems like the grass is greener in their field.

I see this all the time, this concept causes people to end their relationship and later regret it, jump into relationships that aren’t right for them, just so they’re not single any more, or choose to cheat on their partner.

But I’m here to tell you that the grass is NEVER greener.

How can I be so sure?  Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… The Grass Is Always Greener Where You Water It @LovePPassion

…and before I get a raft of comments asking if I’m saying that you should never leave a relationship, or give up your single life, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t do either of these things.  What I’m saying is before you do, consider both sides of both coins, and make sure the choice you make really is the right one for you.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever looked at what someone else has and thought ‘I want that’? Has it led you to make a hasty choice, that you’ve since regretted? Have you jumped into another field to find that the grass isn’t greener, it’s just a different shade of green? Or have you changed your approach to your own relationship, and seen your own grass get greener?  Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 18 - How Do You Trust Again? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

How Do You Trust Again?

LPPTV Episode 18 - How Do You Trust Again? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

Most of us, at some point in our lives have suffered the pain of a broken heart.

We’ve loved, we’ve lost and quite often we find out along the way that the person we chose might not have been quite who we thought they were.

We might have had experiences where we’ve been lied to, where we were on the receiving end of infidelity, where we were taken advantage of financially, or simply that the person we thought we knew wasn’t the person we thought they were.

I’ve been there myself, in fact I’ve experienced each of the scenarios I’ve mentioned above.

I’ve also hit the point that many others do, where I ask myself, “How can I do this again? How can I go through this again? How can I trust someone new?”

So when I was asked the question “How can I learn to trust again in a new relationship? I knew I had to do an episode of LPPTV.

So, how do you trust again? Watch the video now to find out:

Tweet the Love… In Order To Trust Somebody Else First Learn To Trust Yourself @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you.

Have you ever wondered how you’ll be able to trust again? Do you want to know how to build the trust I speak about in the video? Have you been let down and it affected your ability to trust? Have you tried what I’ve spoken about in the video, and learned to trust again? Has the video brought up any questions?

Or, ask me a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV, what is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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