ResistanceIt is time to look at the ways in which you are resisting the love that you deserve. Resistance is the act of working against our conscious intentions, of blocking our own path. Does this sound strange or puzzling? Look carefully at what has been happening in your love life and ask yourself whether or not it could be true. Do you talk about how much you want to meet someone and then stay at home and do nothing? Do you tell yourself and others that you are too busy or too independent for romance? Do you keep starting relationships and then get let down? Or do you feel that you know exactly who the perfect partner is but for some reason theyre unavailable? What you need to realize is that you avoid relationships, give up too easily or choose unsuitable people as a way of resisting.If you have been longing for love then you may feel hurt or angry at the idea that a part of you is resisting it. But this is what is happening, and it is only when you accept this part of yourself that you will be able to find lasting love. Embracing your resistance puts the power back in your hands. If its something that youre doing, then the good news is that its something you have the power to change. We only resist for good reason. The part of you which is resisting love is afraid. You may think that you are afraid of being alone and never finding love but the possibility of finding someone who loves and values you is what is really frightening. Letting another human come close enough to find out who you truly are can be very scary. You may be afraid that they can never love the real you, that they will abandon you once they see beneath your outer shell. Or you may be afraid that they will overwhelm, smother or control you. Perhaps you fear re-creating the pain of previous relationship. The truth is that we find closeness as adults it stirs up the often forgotten pains of closeness which we experienced as children. We resist romantic love so as to avoid feeling our childhood pain, but then we lose out all over again. You need to let the pain emerge and free yourself to be loved. You can deal with your childhood feelings by recognizing that these are the basis of your resistance and need to be addressed. Now is time to look inside yourself, find your deepest fears and bring them out. Try going to therapy, try talking to someone about them or write a letter to yourself.Know that as you face your resistance it will dissolve and leave you free to find the love you deserve. You are brave enough.this was posted on my bulletin board sa friendster ko. for me, hindi ako na gulat sa nakasulat...gets?! frankly, i've got no freakn' idea what this means...the only person who can answer my question doesn't even want to talk to me sensibly and that just frustrates me evn more. i don't know what she wants from me and frankly im not dying to find out.