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How do you know you have glass walls beliefs? That's easy. Your life is difficult. You keep finding yourself saying things like:

"I can never get a break in love!"

"My ex is a total Prince Harming!" (Note: This is a term I coined in my book Prince Harming Syndrome to describe men who are either "trouble" or "troubled").

"All men are total Prince Harmings!"

"Men in distant galaxies are total Prince Harmings!"

Basically, whenever you experience repeated pattern of failure in love, it's because your subconscious is blocking you with a glass wall belief, telling you: "Yo! Love happiness stops here! Go no further!"

But yo! It ain't so! You're simply being blocked by a mirage of glass. Or if you're a "foodie," a good analogy to describe "glass wall limitations" is to say it's as if your subconscious has given you a very limited menu of your love life options, and in reality, you have many more yummy love life ordering selections available!

Simply put: You are the common denominator in all your relationship problems. If you keep finding yourself saying, "All the men I date are Prince Harmings—emotionally unavailable, bad listeners, who suck at communicating!" you must ask why you keep picking men who are this way. Because there are emotionally available, good-listening, highly communicative men out there! In fact, wherever there's an all-encompassing always, all or never in your life, it's a sign that your mischievous subconscious is setting you up for failure by consistently leading you back toward these repeat performances.

In many ways, for many reasons, the subconscious should actually receive bigger and better billing than mere "sub" status. It should be called the "over-and-above-conscious" because it makes so many of your life decisions.

Your subconscious is why your diary can often read like Mad Libs. For instance:

Dear Diary,
I'm___________(mad, resentful, depressed) that ___________(my past paramour, present paramour, future paramour) doesn't_________(listen to me, respect me, love me more). It reminds me of what happened ______________ (last week, last month, last year, next week, next month, next year) with ____________ (my past paramour, present paramour, future paramour).

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