Welcome back to my video series. Last week I did something on comparison being enemy of contentment, looking at other people’s lives with envy, making ourselves less happy, sapping our own confidence because we’re unfairly comparing ourselves to others, which of course is not real. We don’t necessarily envy people’s reality, we envy the fantasy of what we think other people have.
I rarely make videos, which makes me particularly excited about the prospect of what I’m going to share with you today. This is the first in a series of videos I’m going to be making for you over the next few weeks. They should be fun, they should be thought-provoking. I’d love for you…
“Without your help, I never could have imagined that I could be in a relationship like this one.”
I'm in my 60's and expected that I would not have a committed relationship again. I'm still dealing with issues internally of fear and past experiences, as is he. But we can talk about these things and know that we have something special.
"Since working with you, I am happy, content, less anxious, more compassionate, more understanding, more patient, loving."
I learned from you something revelatory: men want to make women happy. Sometimes they don’t know how to do that, but my boyfriend really wants to make me happy…
"I cannot say enough good things about this man."
He is a beautiful person and he is so generous, affectionate, well spoken and accomplished. He is tall and athletic and totally hot. He is 53, but I am here to tell you 53 can be pretty damn impressive. All this from a woman who a year before had equated dating with despair, rejection and pain.