Starts with Breaking Through
“A few months ago, I was a mess… Angry, brittle, shallow and obsessed with filling my life with possessions, money and a false sense of manly confidence. My marriage was simply a piece of paper that was allowing us to hold it together. My friendships and personal connections were shallow and self serving and the overall excitement in my life was drained.A 30 minute phone call with Brad literally changed everything. He is a spiritual adviser that will put you through the ringer emotionally. He truly listens to your issues like a counselor, processes the information and then immediately calls you out on your BS, like a best friend. He has a real gift. He will get you where you are truly meant to go. I’ve never met anyone quite like Brad. Give him 30 minutes and he’ll change your life!”
“Brad’s insightful and kind, yet direct approach has allowed me to make the most profound positive changes I’ve ever experienced in my life. Because he lives his truth and has gone through the flames and challenges personally, Brad has been able to provide the guidance, support, and space for me to let go of beliefs that kept me from realizing my true potential. His love and authenticity sets him apart in a sea of coaches and “gurus.” Brad sent me on my path from fear to love and I’ve been floating more, steering less, and experiencing true joy and gratitude ever since.”
When I started speaking with Brad, I was in what they call “a dark night of the soul.” In desperation, seeking healing in my relationship with my partner. The first conversation with him realigned me with my own truths of the importance of self-care, self-love and self-respect. I’d hoped that my partner would have been open to the same ideas & that we would have been able to heal the toxicity in our relationship. However, with my strength on my path, and the continuing support from Brad, it turned out that I was able to see that both me and my partner deserved more, deserved better, deserved to let eachother go so we could end the toxicity and heal ourselves.My standards for my life and for love concretes while my capacity for unconditional love increased, however with the acknowledgement that unconditional love, isn’t the same as unconditional boundaries. To unconditionally love myself, I learned to create the life that didn’t necessitate transcending my triggers and boundaries with my romantic partner. It meant letting him go, and leaving space in my life for self-love and for attracting someone who respects and loves me for doing so.I’ve reconnected with a past lover, one who we thought we were only going to be friends after our affair 7 years ago- and I’m feeling what playful, interdependent love can feel like with an old friend, who loves and respects me- and that I don’t need the affirmation to validate that it is true.Best part is, I know that if this doesn’t work out, its part of the lesson, the most important one: if you aren’t loving yourself without that person, then you aren’t receiving true love from either of you.
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