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Elisabeth
Elisabeth

Dear Bern,

thank you so much for your inspiring words and insights into the world of deeper love and fulfillment. I have been following your beautiful video messages for some weeks now and I so want you to know how much I enjoy them! I am so thankful for your commitment and especially for your big smile and your warm eyes. Whenever I get to see you I can't help smiling back! :o) "Being love" is my motto for 2014, then! Sounds wonderful! Thanks a lot, Bern! Keep spreading your enthusiasm! You are a very special person and I am starting to "be love" right away by saying "I'm sending you my love from far away Austria!" May God bless you and your family! Have a wonderful 2014!

Big hug

Elisabeth

BetsyKCross
BetsyKCross

Hey Bern,


Maybe you're the one who can help me with this. This year I've been growing and understanding the "being love" thing more than I ever thought I could. It came naturally on my path and recently was challenged. I'm talking about community love, friendship love, not romantic love, although maybe it's all the same?


A person threatened my family recently and my heart shut down to every member of the community that we share. My gut told me to make new boundaries with them in social media and I did. We never hung out much outside of the community responsibilities anyways, and I think they're just curious about my life and that's why they want access again to me on Facebook especially.


So, here's my problem. For weeks now after the event (threat) I've felt safer but blocked as well. It's unnatural for me to be guarded. I want to stay open and let out what is inside naturally, but now I find myself thinking instead of being with these old "friends." I,m upset with the part of me that doesn't want them in my life. 


How does a person grow in love with feelings like mistrust? This is a new concept for me - boundaries and moving on. HELP!


yourgreatlifetv
yourgreatlifetv moderator

@Elisabeth Dearest Elizabeth, Thank you so much for your incredibly warm and kind words. I'm looking forward to being love this year as well. Thank you for smiling and for getting in touch with your heart. Sending you love!

-Bern

yourgreatlifetv
yourgreatlifetv moderator

@BetsyKCross Sweet Betsy,

First off let me just say Happy New Year!
My words to you are simple today:

1) Be kind to yourself, you are doing the best you can to protect the most important people in your life (your family)

2) Realize that caution is important yet too much caution is equivalent to emotionally dying.

3) If you need to address anything with the person who made the threat do so but aside from that look deep into how much you want to share and with whom.

4) Realize (in your heart, not intellectually) the difference between real friends and Facebook "friends". There are people in your life who will be there for you when it's tough, when you can't carry your own weight, at 2 am, never lose connection with them the rest are a nice to have but not really necessary :)

5) Setting boundaries is an art, so allow yourself to relax them a bit, see how you feel and tighten them up if it doesn't feel right.

Sending you so much love Betsy

-Bern