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Relationship tips: 5 unconscious beliefs that block us from getting the love that we want

Published on Mar 09, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Explore the hidden barriers to love by delving into five unconscious beliefs that may be obstructing the path to the fulfilling relationships we desire.

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Published on Mar 09, 2024 06:00 AM IST

“Overcoming unconscious beliefs involves introspection, self-compassion, and often seeking support through therapy or personal development. Recognising and challenging these limiting beliefs can pave the way for a more receptive and fulfilling experience of love,” says Amanda Twiggs, marriage coach and relationship expert. She further shared in her recent Instagram post five unconscious beliefs that block us from getting the love that we want.(Unsplash)

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Fear of vulnerability: Not being emotionally vulnerable and expressing our true selves blocks even our partners from really getting to know us. Fear of judgment or rejection keeps us from sharing our feelings, dreams and desires sabotaging our closeness and connection.(Unsplash)
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Fear of vulnerability: Not being emotionally vulnerable and expressing our true selves blocks even our partners from really getting to know us. Fear of judgment or rejection keeps us from sharing our feelings, dreams and desires sabotaging our closeness and connection.(Unsplash)

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Unworthiness: Believing we are unworthy of love can be a significant barrier to getting the love that we want from our partner. This deep-seated belief, often stemming from past experiences or self-perception, can create a subconscious resistance to receiving love.(Unsplash)
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Unworthiness: Believing we are unworthy of love can be a significant barrier to getting the love that we want from our partner. This deep-seated belief, often stemming from past experiences or self-perception, can create a subconscious resistance to receiving love.(Unsplash)

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Limited self-love: Insufficient self-love can impede our capacity to receive love from others. If we struggle to love ourselves, we might question the authenticity of others' love or feel undeserving of their affection.(Unsplash)
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Limited self-love: Insufficient self-love can impede our capacity to receive love from others. If we struggle to love ourselves, we might question the authenticity of others’ love or feel undeserving of their affection.(Unsplash)

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Distrust: Deep-rooted distrust, whether from past betrayals or insecurities, can act as a formidable barrier to receiving love. A lack of trust in others' intentions can make it challenging to open up and accept love willingly.(Unsplash)
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Distrust: Deep-rooted distrust, whether from past betrayals or insecurities, can act as a formidable barrier to receiving love. A lack of trust in others’ intentions can make it challenging to open up and accept love willingly.(Unsplash)

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Perfectionism: Striving for perfection and believing that we must meet certain standards to be loved can create a self-imposed barrier. The relentless pursuit of flawlessness may make it difficult for us to accept love as we are, imperfections and all.(Unsplash)
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Perfectionism: Striving for perfection and believing that we must meet certain standards to be loved can create a self-imposed barrier. The relentless pursuit of flawlessness may make it difficult for us to accept love as we are, imperfections and all.(Unsplash)

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