For most of us comes a time after a breakup or divorce where we ask ourselves that one specific question, “Is there something wrong with me?”.
Unfortunately, this is one of the most destructive questions you could ask yourself.
If you decide to dwell upon this, then you are really damaging your self-esteem.
On top of this, we tend to look into our past for some more “evidence” that there really is something wrong with us. By doing THAT we start to take a really dangerous road.
For all of you out there who are suffering from a broken heart right now, I want to tell you this:
“There is NOTHING wrong with you!”
A few weeks ago I stumbled over an extraordinary book, which addresses this very topic. It’s called:
It’s written by Cheri Huber, a student and teacher of Zen for over 30 years. She is pretty famous for that subject as it turns out, and with good reason.
This book fascinated me the second I took it into my hands, because it looked so “weird” .
It uses a handwritten font and self-made graphics, but the more I read it, the more it made sense. It makes the whole book seem a lot more personal.
The book starts with a simple yet so powerful sentence: