How to Love the Unlovable

By Linda Leland

Is there someone in your life who frustrates you?

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Are there people in your family, workplace or community whose behavior is really hard for you to Love?

Do you want to “Love yourself” but don’t know how; especially since you don’t feel like your living to your highest potential?

If you’ve answered “YES” to any of these questions, this video is for you.

In this video I’ll briefly explain “WHAT” it really means to Love and what actually happens when we withhold Love from ourselves or others.

After the video, there’s a downloadable cheat sheet that will help you with the “HOW”. A handy little tool you can carry in your pocket to help you when you need it.

Click Here to Download the Cheat Sheet Now

IMPORTANT: The video and cheat sheet go hand in hand. It’s important that you understand this before applying it in your life. Actually, it’s so much easier once you understand fully.

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I hope this brings you as much relief and freedom that it did for me.

And I would love to hear from you…

Question: Do you now see that it’s possible to love the unlovable? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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Linda Leland

Director of Operations and Teacher, Teachers of God Foundation

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10 thoughts on “How to Love the Unlovable

  1. Yes – of everything we don’t like about another is something we are not looking at in ourselves – the big thing is how to make the looking a priority …….when it appears that external distractions and ‘must does’ pull us away – and the key I get (and thanks for the reminders on the video – need the reminders!!!) is ….do you really want to change – change as in love everything that is …… and yes I do …thanks for the reminders …:) 🙂 🙂

    • Sheila, it is not always easy to remember. Like you so beautifully said, you have to want it. That’s why having a coach and a community really helped me to stay on track until it just became second nature.

    • As I said in the video Norma, sometimes Love walks away. That’s perfectly ok. What matters are the thoughts you are holding about them and the situation.

  2. Dearest Linda,
    How beautiful you are, your light shines brightly through the screen and into hearts……thank you, thank you, thank you.

  3. Thank you, Linda, for reminding me of the importance of willingness to love. I want and I experience its possible to love everyone anything without conditions.
    And of course its also allowed to leave any situation or person with love.
    But really sometimes I feel ego is back, and always tries to speak first. Its helpful to be still and wait for the voice of love. I m so thankful for you all for leading me on this track.

  4. Linda,
    This is perfectly timed to be here. My husband works 2nd shift 100 miles away one way, so lives over there during the week. I love the space I then have! I’ll waken tomorrow morning to him being home fully until 1/2/2018, and this webinar will keep me sane . . . and with a better outlook, that I’m actually looking in the mirror at a different shape (him) that is nonetheless me . . . so with the cheat sheet and a chuckle I’ll be extending Love out without fail. Thanks so much!

  5. Hi Linda,
    I just love all your videos, and you.
    I do want to love everybody, doesnt seem to be so easy though.
    Few people irritate me but sometimes comes to my life a person like that. Just now there is one. I had allready given up on her and decided to leave my position in same organisation with her. But after a week she was in same working place with me. So I just have to deal with her and I´m thankful for that, opportunity to learn to love her.