[Note: In case you’re wondering, this post is a followup to this previous post, which resulted in a lot of people writing emails in to us and leaving comments! We do our best to reply to each and every one, by the way...]
Hey, this is Clay again.
Okay, so we’ve been getting a lot of email messages and comments from people about that cliffhanger ending on the last blog post.
Sorry about that. Maybe all this New Years drama is contagious!
Anyway, Mika and I have been feeling a bit reluctant to talk about something, but it’s “long overdue” so here it goes…
As you may or may not know, this whole relationship advice thing has really gotten out of control (in the best possible way).
When I first started studying dating, relationships, and personal development back in 2006 (and Mika, a few years later), I never dreamed I’d have the opportunity to have the impact I’ve had.
Mika and I originally started to just take care of ourselves, but since then we’ve been amazed at the impact that we’ve had in helping so many people transform their lives and build relationships that nourish them on a deep level.
On one occasion, one woman even wrote in and told us about how some of the advice we gave her helped her really love herself for the first time in her entire life and she had never felt better before (Wow! How’s that for making your day a little brighter?).
And we’ve sure learned a lot from you as well!
So, Here’s What We’ve Been Holding Back On…
- Nicely asked
- Strongly encouraged
- Pleaded with…
To share the accumulation of what we’ve learned on how to specifically transform your relationship with yourself and your partner (or men and women in general, if you’re single).
And, we’ve resisted this for a very long time.
I’m sure you know the usual excuses people often give to put something off. “I don’t have enough time” or “I’m too busy with other things.”
I’m a bit of a perfectionist too.
Okay, maybe “a bit” is an understatement…I’ve got a really bad case of perfectionism (maybe it comes from my past studying architecture and design in school, where people stay up till 4:00 AM making sure everything is perfect).
Well, I’ve given up all hope of “fixing” this. If we’re going to do this, I have to make sure we go all the way. There is no half-way. It’s all or nothing.
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Clay drinks way too much coffee, will probably like any beer you can't see through, and loves blogging far too much to ever stop.