Romance, Finance and Mom
If Mother’s Day is hard for you, I know the feeling.
I grew up thinking my mother was insane. She scared me senseless.
In self-defense I closed my heart, cutting myself off from Love of every kind.
As a teen-ager, I was told a long-ago head injury caused my mother’s inner chaos. But by then, my brain already stood firm in its belief that I must be unworthy of love – otherwise my mother would have loved me. That seemed only logical, so I lived as though it were true.
Several years ago, I realized my unforgiveness kept me locked in a victim mentality – which created more experiences of victimization.
So, I committed to forgiving my mother. None of the fake stuff that says, “I’ll forgive but I’ll never forget.” I wanted the real thing, culminating in a heartfelt realization that there is nothing to forgive.
I got there, by the grace of God, and had the joy of seeing my relationship with my mother transform during the last years of her life on Earth.
If I could do it, you can do it, too.
To begin, you need to be only 1% willing to let your grievances slip into the past, where they belong.
Releasing resentment unlocks your power to co-create the Good you envision for yourself – and your Higher Power wants you to have.
You can do this all by yourself – but you don’t have to.
My transformational training “Romance, Finance and Mom” walks you through the steps I took to get free from my self-made prison of bitterness and shame … and into a life more rewarding than I ever imagined.
Click here to find out more.
In the meantime, wishing you and yours a Happy Mother’s Day.
What has helped you forgive yourself or others? Please leave a comment below – I’m always looking for recommendations!