is a reminder that craving intimacy does not necessarily mean that we really want it – or that we want it fully.
So often we crave closeness, then reject it once we have it, quickly to returning to a state of loneliness and isolation, only to crave closeness once again.
The question is, do your behaviors support the desire for intimacy, really? Or do you do things that push people away, leaving you isolated and lonely, as if attached to a state of craving?
Today I am going to make a list of the things I do that push people away, or fail to invite them to be close to me. Then, I’ll be able to create more opportunities to be close to my loved ones.