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The Hollywood Fairy Tale of Happily Ever After
“Once you put your energy into being the best version of you, your ‘soul mate’ shows up”
If only I had a dime for every time I was approached by a woman beating herself to a pulp trying to fix a dead end relationship.
Damn, I would be richer.
Hollywood has done a brilliant job of selling us the notion of ‘Prince Charming’. Our knight in shining armor who will whisk us away into the sunset after a Hollywood wedding with paparazzi hounding our airspace for a photo.
How long do those marriages last again? (Did I hear someone say 72 days?)
Ladies, there is so much more to life than your man. Personally speaking, the conspiracy nutter in me thinks this was a brilliant scheme to dis-empower women, distract them from what’s truly important – themselves and everything they are here to express and offer. If we took the energy we spend on a soul mate quest (and everything that goes along with it) and put that energy into ourselves, our passion, our joy – where would we be?
And the irony is – once you put your energy into being the best version of you, your ‘soul mate’ shows up.
Just a little food for thought.