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It’s hard to find love when you don’t feel loveable yourself.
When you know you’ve made a ton of mistakes. Or you’ve internalized the idea that you’re just not a likable person.
It becomes a self-perpetuating cycle: “I don’t like myself, so why should anyone else like me?” Then we feel lonely, beat ourselves up, feel like a failure, and like ourselves even less than before.
We retreat more and more into our shells and lose that “spark” that makes us attractive to someone else as a potential partner.
This is exhausting. It’s unfair. And it doesn’t do justice to who you really are on the inside and everything you have to give to the world.
It’s an overwhelming step to think about how to suddenly become supremely confident. So let’s do something more modest today. In this episode, I want to share a small thing you can start doing today to get back your self-esteem and begin to reclaim your core confidence...
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We often tell people they should be open in relationships. But what does it mean to be "open"? And can vulnerability become over-sharing, or is it always healthy?
In this episode clip, Matt and Steve talk about the art of opening up to your partner and how to communicate vulnerability the right way.
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This is the biggest news I’ve revealed in a LONG time, and I’m beyond excited to share it with you.
It’s about something I’ve been tirelessly working on in the background for the last 4 years . . .
In many ways, it’s been the most difficult and personal project of my life.
I’ve had to keep it to myself for what feels like forever now, but I can finally share it with you, and I do exactly that in this episode.