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Print Posted on 09/19/2017 in Category 1

got resentment?

got resentment?

Resentment is something most of us have had to deal with at some point in our lives, and I find that it most often plays out in our closest relationships.

Friendships? Sometimes.

Parents? Usually.

Partners? Definitely.

What we seem to ignore is that when we argue over small things (like leaving laundry on the floor or spending a little money on something frivolous) is that it’s never really about those things.

It’s about resentment.

It’s about feeling unloved.

It’s about not getting our emotional needs met.

We humans unconsciously use our love lives to try to get the needs met that were lacking in our childhoods.

So it’s not even actually our partners that we’re upset with. Not really.

But that’s who’s there right now, not providing that need to our satisfaction, so they get the punishment.

But how do we deal with this? 

How do we get our needs met, feel loved and release resentment?

On a conscious level, just realizing that this is what’s playing out will begin to shift things for the better.

However, unless we also address it within the subconscious we will always be at odds with ourselves- longing for something we constantly perceive as lacking. Whether it is or not.

Personally I’d experienced this for the majority of my life, and no matter what I tried I still longed for something more- for someone to perpetually prove that they wanted me. It wasn’t until I used a subconscious healing tool to clear my own programming of being unwanted- stemming from my very conception- that I was finally completely free of longing, suffering and resentment in my relationship.

This is what I do. I help individuals and couples find the root of their resentments and heal them where it counts, changing the energy of every interaction from then on.

If you’re struggling with this or something similar, I’d love to chat. Schedule an End The Drama session here. 

Much love & many blessings,
April

PS. Here are a few free guided meditations you might find helpful.

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