Dear Suzie, I don’t think I’m strong enough to let him go. This man knows exactly how to make my knees weak. I can’t seem to resist him. He lies and I believe him. What’s going on?
Falling in love with a married man isn’t a weak choice. (It’s just not a smart one.)
The real question here is this…
Why are you so ready (and willing) to believe you are weak?
Could it be that holding to this belief that you’re weak… is simply an excuse to act weak? (Something to consider.)
Here’s the thing…
I don’t believe for one second that you’re a weak person. And I know for a fact that True Love doesn’t make you feel weak. In fact, it actually makes you strong.
It seems to me that what we’re dealing with here is more about self-esteem than it is about love.
Think about it.
You’ve spent so much time not believing in your own strength… that it has actually made you feel weak.
Here’s my challenge to you.
End it now… and watch how quickly you rediscover the outcome of believing in yourself.
End it and then ask yourself this question: “What is the outcome of me believing in myself?”
Once you do, you’ll be shocked to find out just how strong you really are.
Until we speak again…
Remember… Love Wins!