Having a successful relationship is not as difficult as many think and even the most damaged relationships can be repaired with simple acts. However, it takes the ability to be able to recognize our own faults and shortcomings and the desire to grow beyond them to become the best person we can be.
You might be self-sabotaging without even knowing it. Many people do and they fail to analyze and understand the reasons behind this behavior. Why do we do it? We all have goals and dreams. We know what to do to get there. But when the time comes to take action, something happens. We just cannot seem to be “in the zone.” How can we recognize the signs and symptoms of a self-sabotaging behavior? Here are five clues for you to think about.
“In the process of letting go you will lose many things from the past, but you will find yourself.” ~ Deepak Chopra
Since perfection doesn’t exist in life, we as humans are bound to make mistakes. Some of those mistakes may turn into regrets but in order to move forward in life, we need to let go of the past and forgive ourselves.