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I think it's because now that I've been reading more and engaging in this forum, I know too much to view my limerence as a harmless past time, and I can't use the excuse of 'I don't know how to deal with it!' There are tons of things that I can do to begin my recovery process, but on some level, I just don't want to get better. So I self-sabotage, engaging in habits that leave me with a low level of mental/emotional power, and from there let my limerence take over. The process of engaging less and less with my limerence is very frightening to my ego, and my ego wants to keep holding on.
Anyone else experience this?
a state of ill repair.
It's ill prepared to cope,
it's ill prepared to care.
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Do some listening to Eckhart Tolle on YouTube.
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