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[/column] [column width=”61%”]Have unresolved relationships that are sucking energy out of your life, like you skip events because you don’t want to risk running into the person or every so often find yourself stewing about them? If so, time to zero those relationships, and GETTING TO ZERO will show you how. Excerpt:
Have you ever had a relationship – friendship, love, work, whatever – fall apart but you still have mutual friends in common, meaning there’s a strong likelihood you’ll run into each other at some point? You, perhaps, spend a lot of time thinking about how cool you’re going to act around this person when you see them next – or imagining the hideously uncomfortable moment of meeting and what you’ll do to avoid it, like somehow ensuring you’ll always conveniently have your back to the person just as they turn their head. Or maybe, because of all your anger or loss, you spend so much of your time in a sea of resentment or sadness or fear over what they might say that you decide to blow off mutual events entirely. Maybe you involve your friends in the argument (in the guise of pretending you’re not but, hey, you want to get people on your side) or, the opposite, work really hard to keep them out of it.
So what does all this add up to? Negative energy, that’s what…