The Process of Feeling Loved


Truth -> Seen -> Accepted -> Loved

When we hide who we are — figuratively wearing bags on our heads — we can only feel alone and miserable. When we tell the truth about ourselves, we can be seen by others as we really are. And then we can feel genuinely accepted by people and believe that they truly care about our happiness, which is the definition of Real Love. In short, we create the opportunity to feel loved when we tell the truth about ourselves, as the Wart King did.

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Real Love


Real Love is caring about the happiness of another person without any thought for what we might get for ourselves. Real Love is unaffected by the mistakes and flaws of the people we love. When they give us nothing in return — including gratitude — or even when they’re thoughtless and inconsiderate, we’re not disappointed, hurt, or angry, because our concern is for their happiness. Real Love is unconditional.

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