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Eliminating Divorce



According to various sources, the percentage of marriages ending in divorce varies from country to country, but it is generally estimated to be around 40% to 50% in most developed nations. This is a staggering statistic that reflects the challenges and difficulties that many couples face in maintaining a healthy and harmonious relationship. 


One of the possible ways to overcome these challenges and to strengthen the bond between partners is to cultivate Egoless Love, which is the ability to see through the eyes of your partner and to empathize with their feelings, needs and desires. Egoless Love means putting aside one's own ego, pride, and selfishness, and instead focusing on the well-being and happiness of the other person. It means being Supportive, Respectful, Compassionate, and Forgiving, even when there are disagreements or conflicts. 


Egoless Love also means being Honest, Loyal, Faithful, and Committed, and not letting external factors or temptations interfere with the relationship. Egoless Love is not easy to achieve, but it is worth striving for, as it will bring more Joy, Peace, and Harmony to both partners and to the marriage as a whole.


Divorce is one of the most painful and stressful experiences that a person can go through. It can shatter your sense of identity, security, and happiness. It can also trigger a range of negative emotions, such as anger, guilt, grief, anxiety, and depression. How can you cope with the aftermath of divorce and heal from the trauma it causes? Here are some tips to help you overcome divorce and move on with your life.


- Accept your feelings. Divorce is a loss, and like any loss, it involves a grieving process. You may feel a variety of emotions, such as shock, denial, sadness, anger, resentment, fear, and loneliness. These are normal and valid reactions to a major life change. Don't try to suppress or avoid your feelings, as this will only prolong your pain and prevent you from healing. Instead, acknowledge and express your emotions in healthy ways, such as talking to a friend, writing in a journal, or joining a support group.


- Control your thoughts. Divorce can also affect your self-esteem and self-worth. You may start to question your value, your attractiveness, your abilities, and your future. You may blame yourself or your ex for the failure of the marriage. You may also have unrealistic expectations or fantasies about reconciliation or revenge. These thoughts are not helpful and will keep you stuck in the past. To overcome them, you need to challenge and replace them with more positive and realistic ones. For example, instead of thinking "I'm a failure" think "I did my best." Instead of thinking "I'll never find love again" think "I'm open to new possibilities."


- Take care of your soul. Divorce will take a toll on your physical and mental health. You may experience insomnia, fatigue, headaches, weight changes, or other symptoms of stress. You may also neglect your basic needs, such as eating well, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and having fun. To cope with the stress and boost your mood, you need to prioritize your self-care. Make sure you eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, avoid alcohol and drugs, exercise moderately, get enough rest, and engage in activities that bring you joy and relaxation.


- Seek support. Divorce can make you feel isolated and alone. You may lose contact with some friends or family members who were close to your ex. You may also feel ashamed or embarrassed to share your feelings with others. However, you don't have to go through this challenging time by yourself. You can reach out to people who care about you and understand what you're going through. You can also seek professional help from a life coach or counselor who can offer you guidance and support. You may also benefit from joining a divorce support group where you can meet other people who are facing similar challenges and learn from their experiences.


- Focus on the present moment. Divorce can make you feel stuck in the past and fearful of the future. You may dwell on what went wrong in the marriage or worry about how you will cope on your own. You may also resist making any changes or decisions that will affect your life after divorce. However, to overcome divorce and move on with your life, you need to focus on the moment and embrace the opportunities it offers. You can start by setting realistic and achievable goals for yourself, such as finding a new job, pursuing a hobby, traveling to a new place, or meeting new people. You can also work on improving yourself by learning new skills, taking up new challenges, or exploring new interests. By doing so, you will discover new aspects of yourself and create a new lifestyle that is not defined by your marital status.


When the dust settles, Love is the essence of your true nature, and ego is a false construct of the mind. Love is generous and ego is selfish. 


The Pathway Sedona is helping the world recognize this truth, and relationships are transforming. With this newfound awareness you will experience love in every moment, in every interaction, in every breath. 


Egoless Love does not depend on the self-image or the expectations of their partners. It is a love that is Unconditional, Compassionate, and Respectful. Egoless Love allows the partners to grow and evolve together, without fear of losing themselves or each other. 


Relationships based on Egoless Love are more likely to endure and thrive, because they are not affected by external factors or internal conflicts. Egoless Love is a rare and precious gift that will enrich the lives of those who experience it.


-Eddie

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