Pretty much everybody experiences heartbreak at some point in their lives. Oftentimes, this experience leaves us feeling abandoned, hurt, and betrayed. Because of this trauma, we find it hard to enter into a new relationship without feeling anxious.
Our guest, Monica Parikh, is here to show us that no matter how broken we may feel, we can still attract a positive relationship. She hopes to help women build practical skills that can enable them to de-escalate conflict, set boundaries, break codependency and interdependence, and find their life’s purpose.
Monica Parikh is a lawyer, teacher, writer, healer, and love coach. Despite having an Ivy League education, she discovered the greatest lessons in life from her coaches and psychologists. This led her to begin her mission to build a love revolution through the School of Love NYC. Nowadays, Monica helps women attract all of life’s riches from a place of higher consciousness.
Like most of us, Monica experienced a very traumatic heartbreak after her husband of 10 years walked out of her life. She was left alone and in tears without any explanation and closure. This urged her to take her game to the next level, which she admitted was hard work. Through this ordeal, Monica was able to create meaningful conversations about the real worth of a woman.
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In This Episode
- Discover the patterns of the different types of relationships
- Avoid repeating something that didn’t work for you
- Determine which characteristics and traits from your family you need to carry with you and which ones you should let go of
- Have the awareness to know what’s driving your behavior and start the process of change
- Learn how to create a better relationship with yourself
“Women who have more anxious attachment styles are put in a field where they are competing with a lot of women.” [6:25]
“Attachment is something that we learn to love from our parents.” [9:35]
“So many people are running towards food, drugs, alcohol, work, TV, keeping busy—anything to avoid ‘face it, feel it, heal it.’ It’s when we face it and when we feel it, that’s when we’re willing to do the work to move through it.” [15:10]
“The things that those kids learn in their families will impact their ability to love for the rest of their lives.” [20:15]
“The biggest form of activism is being an exceptionally happy, forgiving, kind, and purpose-driven woman who’s really using her gifts to better the world.” [29:30]
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