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A Guide to Love, God, Prayer, Meditation, & Peace Within You—Right Now

Should I Leave My Boyfriend?

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Annabelle: “I have been in a relationship for a year and we’ve been living together. I love him but we argue a lot and I think I need to move out. I’m very sad about that. Does he really want me to go? He’s very controlling and that makes things confusing for me. We are both unemployed and looking for work, which just adds to our stress and conflict. What is the right thing for me to do?”

The Voice for Love: “Precious One, thank you for joining with us in this way of openness and asking. This is a great step on your path of freedom, courage and strength.

“You are already listening to your heart. You are already hearing the call of your own self to speak the truth. You are created in love, by love, for love. When you are unable to express love, it is almost always because you are not able to love yourself. When you do not love yourself fully, you draw to you experiences which are uncomfortable in order to shake off the wooliness of doubt.

“Do not doubt your own sweet self. You are a child of God, perfect in every way. You have strength, focus and determination yet untapped in your heart. Your willingness to ask for guidance is so you will notice that when the answers and guidance come to you, you will follow, receive and believe. The question you are almost asking is not whether you should stay with your boyfriend or not, but whether you are deserving of love. All are deserving of love. All deserve TO love. How you learn this strength and inner power is inherent in the very path you are on. Follow your heart and trust that you are always being provided for in every way.

“Allow yourself to be kind and tender to your own self. If you are experiencing sadness, honor this with gentleness and awareness. Do not discount the sadness. It is speaking to you from your heart. Please take the time to listen to your sadness. Let your sadness have a voice. It is not trying to harm you. It wants only that you notice and hear. That is all. You have done nothing wrong in being sad. This is one way your heart expresses itself. Now listen and trust. Ask your sadness what it needs. Your attention will give you all the guidance you need.

“Thank you, Precious One, for your dear heart. Thank you for your trust, willingness and cheer. All is well. All is well. All is well.

“Amen and Selah.”