In my upcoming e-course, Happily Ever After – from co-dependency to the fulfillment of love, one of the demons we tackle is patterns of unrequited love, including all those potential partners who show up that end up being bad for us. In the lesson “Kissing Frogs” we learn to identify all those who are not, ultimately, good for us and the lessons we can learn through them so that we can eventually find the partner who is just right for us. In this lesson, you will have an opportunity to identify your own frogs and to see how they are actually teachers – revealing the parts of ourselves that need to be healed or reclaimed. Poetry, from my own journey of identifying frogs, will be used as a source of inspiration for you to recognize your own frogs. Here is just one example:
What was it about you that made me love you so?
Not the tall, dark and handsome of my 80’s icons.
Pretty average, in fact.
But, in my in my eyes, you were cute as hell.
With a flash of your smile and a gleam in your eyes,
I was home.
Sharp as a whip.
Engaging and smart.
Peaceful, calm and cool.
Whether tossing back pints at the Field House,
Sipping coffee at Reeve,
Getting high on the roof,
Or making out in the backseat of Bino’s car.
Every moment felt effortless.
What made you unavailable to me?
The girlfriend back home?
Some unspoken rule of third dorm?
Was there something wrong with me?
All I know now is that the eighteen year old girl in me never stopped loving you,
For under your gaze I knew I was being seen
And my words were being heard.
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