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These are important questions that I will have great joy in addressing – because I know this information is so vitally important for this community.

And in the dating and “life” process Jane was just as content to see a girlfriend on a Saturday night, or read a book and do some yoga or be out to dinner with a man.

And she was way past male hook-ups, interactions and attention to simply fill the gaps until “someone better” came along. She also recognised the previous avoiding of her own egoic and security fears with “men to fill her gaps” was time lost when she could be healing them … She knew when Life and her soul would just faithfully keep delivering them over and over again until she did heal them.

So, Jane for the last two years (and as a continuation process) recognised any time layers of these fears came up from her was , was the prize she firmly had her eye on.

One of my Thriver girlfriends and I often laugh as we reminisce and laugh, “What were we thinking?! those previous women are a Universe away from how we feel and think today, yet back then it was so for us. what will feel compatible with you is the person who is a perfect match for your childhood wounds.

Someone who will bring up for you the matching terror of abandonment, fear of engulfment, the triggers of not being heard, of not being seen, or not having rights, or not be acceptable as you are … Now this may just seem like a really bad deal, a terrible function of the subconscious – replaying trauma over and over again, in such a “sneaky” way where you are chemically attracted to it, and will even experience “compelling justifications” in your mind to go down those paths – do this. The thought of travelling alone to experience the wonders of our earth? I totally understand what it used to be like thinking, “I am no-one without a partner,” “I’m a failure without a partner,” and “Life is one dimensional without a partner.” I was probably embarrassed to admit that in the past – but it was the truth.

You may argue about someone’s “decency” yet other people view their behaviour and character and shake their head.

When you heal, you will look back at the parameters you had as “decent” and you will be shocked that you thought that they were representative of healthy people and healthy relationships.Melanie's healing and teaching methods have liberated thousands of people from the effects of narcissistic abuse world-wide.often! Jane started dating when she felt that she finally had something to give to a relationship as a pure source of love and wholeness – rather than needing a partner to complete her. And after the massive wake-up call of narcissistic abuse – clearly there is no way we want to go through that again – yet some of us do (I did twice), and many other people I know have done so as well. During this time of two years of dedicated self-partnering Jane worked at consistently up-levelling the old fears that had led her unconsciously into abuse (assigning another person as her Source of love, approval, happiness and security) and she also made it her personal mission to “partner directly with Life.” For the first time in Jane’s Life, after 50 years of previous abuse, she took this on …And the SOOO Interesting thing is – even if you “know” your childhood wounding, (but have not healed it) you may purposefully choose someone you think is “decent” who turns out to be a pathological narcissist pretending to be “decent” (who ironically you get real attracted to when the bad behaviour starts) , or you simply cannot get physically and sexually stimulated by someone decent and the relationship becomes one of passionless convenience, or you downright push away and sabotage someone decent because it feels so incompatible with you.I also promise you, that when you have “indecent” wounding which still exists in your subconscious you will have a completely different interpretation of what “decent” is to someone who doesn’t have indecent wounding in their subconscious.And this was a BIG question, which held some vital answers that would change I can’t tell you how many people over the years (woman and men) in this Community have asked me “Why can’t I be attracted to ‘decent’ people? or maybe they are not “edgy” or “interesting” enough to be sexy. It’s none of those things – but as our mind is great at giving us all sorts of logical (false) justifications that are no-where near the real truth when life isn’t working out for us healthily.

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