What Are Your Limiting Beliefs About Love?

A limiting belief is one that is partially true, but not always true. If you believe “there are no good men” because you’ve been hurt, you may have a point, but you’re cutting off the possiblity that good men exist who can love you. That is not only false, but paralyzing. If you think the worst about dating, relationships, and men, tune into this Love U Podcast and learn how to get out of your own way.

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  1. 1
    Alison

    Wow, always great info. But the young second caller was so hard to listen to with the word “like” being inserted every 4th word into her sentences!

  2. 2
    Deb

    Evan, I love the approach you are taking – finding love from the inside out. When you reframe a limiting belief or flip it to look at it objectively, that the self blocking becomes visible. Great guests and topics of discussion.

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    GL

    “It doesn’t matter because men just treat you like shit anyway.”

    “All men want are vagina blankets, my personality and needs don’t matter.”

    These are the negative responses in my head when people tell me how pretty I am.

    My father is an abusive man. I was once diagnosed with PTSD from it. The other day something very profound happened for me. I met a woman who considers herself a “healer,” and is also the victim of childhood abuse. We were talking about the lastest dating drama I had, and she said to me:

    “Let people love you.”

    My god was that life changing. I’ve been approaching men with an open wound and I guard myself because I’m terrified of getting hurt. I have something in my core that screams: “I feel love, run away.” Considering my history I think it’s justifiable for me to feel this way.

    I also learned that people who love you will hurt you, unintentionally. Learning to deal with that in a healthy manner is my next personal goal.

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