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LIVING WELL


Are You Repelling Love? Take This 3-Question Quiz and Find Out!


“The ego mind both professes its desire for love and does everything possible to repel it, or if it gets here anyway, to sabotage it. That is why dealing with issues like control, anger, and neediness is the most important work in preparing ourselves for love.” ~ Marianne Williamson


If you can learn to love yourself and all the flaws,


you can love other people so much better.


And that makes you so happy." ~ Kristin Chenoweth


by this drive – either consciously or un- consciously. The things we do that are good for us


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are a way to feel love and the things we do that are bad for us are our way of pro- tecting us from our fear of losing love. Where are you on this feeling loved / fear of losing love spectrum? Take this 3-question quiz and find out. Check all the answers below that apply.


#1 Questions A. In the last 24 hours I have done Christen Duke, ANP-C


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veryone has one universal drive – love. We all want to be loved and to feel love. Our actions are motivated


something nice for myself.


B. In the past 24 hours I have judged someone. (Give yourself double points if you made sure to tell them about your judgement.)


C. In the past 24 hours I have done something nice for someone else without being asked.


#2 Questions A. This morning I took time for myself – reading, journaling, meditating, pray- ing.


B. This morning I looked in the mirror and had an uncomplimentary thought about some aspect of me.


C. This morning I complemented some- one else.


#3 Questions A. In the past 7 days I said No to some- thing I didn’t want to do.


B. In the past 7 days I talked about some- thing in my life I was displeased with or hated. (Give yourself double points if that something was some aspect of you in- stead of some situation you were in.)


C. In the past 7 days I did something on purpose to brighten someone else’s day.


How did you do? Let’s check and find out.


A Answers The first questions in this quiz assess


your level of self-care. This is intentional because until you score highly on self-care you can’t effectively care for others.


If you scored a zero: Get thee to a spa immediately!!!


Seriously, what is more important than you? I know sometimes life gets in the way, but that better be situational. So, if you have a sick kid at home or something like that you get a pass. Everyone else needs to really take stock of how you are


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