Real Listening Will Banish Fear - Real Love Blog
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Real Listening Will Banish Fear

Sharon called me and said, "All Justin can talk about is work and money: this deal, that deal, making money, losing money. It never stops." "And then you're supposed to respond to each of the issues he brings up, right?" I asked. "Yes.…

Still Owns You

Stop running and learn how you can feel peaceful and loved all the time, by reading Real Love and PCSD (Post-Childhood Stress Disorder). "You do not want to miss out on these principles that will transform your life no matter what happened…
Lions and Tigers and Bears–Oh My!! - Real Love Blog

Lions And Tigers And Bears–Oh My!!

Carla called me, trembling, and said she had seen a spider in her house the day before, and for more than twenty-four hours she had been too frightened to move. I suggested that in the short term there were some things she might do to limit…


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Pain Is Information

The primary motivation of nearly every human being is to decrease pain. Understandable. Who likes to be in pain? But pain is INFORMATION. It tells us that something is WRONG, something that may injure or even consume us—something we need to…

The Thrill of True Freedom

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Why Isn't Real Love Everywhere - Real Love Blog
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Why Isn't Real Love Everywhere?

Someone wrote to me, "If Real Love is so essential, then why doesn't it just occur naturally everywhere? And why has it taken this long for Real Love to be discovered? And why is it difficult to learn?" Just because something is good—or…
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Changing The Oil-Every 100,000 Miles - Real Love Blog
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Changing the Oil–Every 100,000 Miles

Charles came to me in a crisis. He was having one conflict after another with his parents, his girlfriend, and his coworkers. Knowing that Charles was a mechanic by trade, I said, "Imagine that I brought my car in to your shop every 50,000…
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Facing Fears

We usually exert more effort to avoid our fears than it would take to face them directly. Face your fears and learn how to completely eliminate them with the help of a Certified Real Love Coach.
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Putting Out The Fire

As I write this, I'm cruising at 36,000 feet, far out over the Atlantic Ocean—with the assistance of a Boeing 767. An hour ago, a man spilled out of a nearby restroom and fell unconscious in the aisle. This elicited quite an excited response…
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Eternal Perspective

If I retain an eternal perspective—which is simply the truth, not some way of positive thinking—how can I worry about the little things that don’t matter? Remember what is really true and watch your stress melt away by carrying around…
Stop Anger Early - Real Love Blog
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Stop Anger Early

It’s far easier to stop anger early in the process—at the point of minimal disappointment or frustration, for example—than it is after anger really gets rolling, just as it’s easier to blow out a match than to put out a raging grass…
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An Exhilarating Thought

Is it possible that you have not yet fully recognized that—despite all the bumps and ragged edges—you already have a life and direction that countless millions of others have dreamed of, envied, written about, and hoped for? It's a sobering…
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Grabbing Balloons with Scissors

Recently I helped prepare for a bridal shower—my first such experience—and I was surprised to learn how much work goes into one of these affairs. For days I cut ribbons, made decorations, ran errands, blew up balloons, nodded my head in…
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Adjusting to Finding Love

“I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.” (Edgar Allan Poe) Without love, pain makes us insane. As we adjust to finding love and sanity, the absence of our familiar craziness can seem horribly uncomfortable. How do you…
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Out of Gas and Hating It

The gas gauge in my car tells me with reasonable accuracy how much fuel I have left in the tank. I hate the inconvenience of pulling over to refuel, though, so sometimes I put it off until the last possible moment. When I wait too long, however,…