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I was sitting in a café, on a sunny California afternoon with a friend who’d been struggling in her relationship.

He was fine. She was not.

She’d been twisting herself into knots, trying to please him. To make it work.

“Don’t you try to do things for someone you love?” she’d say whenever I asked if she really wanted to do what she was doing.

“I’m afraid to break up with him because what if he’s the One?”

I’ve noticed through the years that many—both women and men—believe that there’s one and only one person out there that they’re meant to be with. So their focus becomes finding that person. Then, if they think they’ve found that person, it becomes keeping them.

But is it really true that there’s only one person for you out there?

Spoiler alert – there’s no such thing, and my friend’s boyfriend was definitely NOT the One!

In this episode, Fiona and I talk about the myth of the One, where it comes from, what it serves, and how it limits us.

The Group Frequency Calibration® (GFC) associated with this episode will help you to start to love yourself.

Without clearing these distortions around loving ourselves, we can endlessly and hopelessly chase love from another, thinking that that’s what will make us feel loved.

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Let’s rise together!®



If you’ve ever watched a Disney movie involving some kind of princess who lives happily ever after with her Prince Charming, you know that there’s a LOT of mythology around finding the One.

And OMG there’s so much pressure, from our families, the media, our cultures and old religious stuff—and even ourSELVES. So much emphasis on trying to find this One, outside of you, who will make you happy forever and ever.

In this episode, we discuss who this One really is, what to watch out for in your search and how to have the love that you’re seeking.