Nobody Ever Told Me…

by Annie Kaszina on October 10, 2010

Hi there,

It wasn’t that long ago that I realized something important;

Nobody ever told me which part of fairy tales to believe.

I mean, we all know that fairy tales are…

well, fairy tales.

They resonate with us, because of the grain of truth in them.  Of which, more in a moment.

The trouble is, as children, we get to decide which bit we like the best; which bit really does it for us.

No prizes for guessing which bit that is…

It’s the happy ending, isn’t it?

Who could blame you for tuning in to the Feel Good Factor?

It’s normal.  We all want more good feelings in our life.  

Why wouldn’t you?

But is that really the grain of truth?

Think about it for a moment:

“Prince falls in love with self-effacing workhorse and lives happily with her forever after.”  (Cinderella)

“Driven away by a wicked stepmother, low maintenance beauty keeps house, uncomplainingly, for 7 small men, until necrophiliac Prince happens along, kisses her and brings her back to life.”  (Snow White)

Love of a beautiful young woman save father, and transforms misanthropic Beast into a Prince” (Beauty and the Beast)

(Should we really be filling our children’s head with this stuff??!)

Catherine Behan, Law of Attraction Life Coach, has a very different take on it.  She focuses on the grain of truth within the fairy tale.

She focuses on the beliefs and behaviours we learn from fairy tale.

In fact, Catherine Behan has discovered that most women conform to 1 of 3 stereotypes: two fairy tale princesses, and another, even more unlikel y figure.

You’ll be amazed when you find out who this is.

Catherine Behan has a lot of great things to say about relationships, including her own.

What’s more, she’s been generous enough to share what she knows, absolutely free.

That’s right.  

You can get her take on relationships at absolutely ZERO COST.  

How about it?

You can listen to me interviewing Catherine Behan here:

Check it out.

Catherine can still remember when her husband told her he was leaving.   She spent weeks unable to get out of bed, or off the couch, because she was so terrified of being alone.

That was a long time ago.  

Since thenm she’s learnt that what lay ahead was so much better than she cou ld ever imagine.

You’ll really want to hear what she has to say.

Listen here:

Why am I offering you all this f’ree value?  

Why are people like Catherine Behan, and Amy Spencer, and Anne Milford, so happy to share with you?

Because we all want to shorten your learning curve, by sharing the things we had to learn.

Who on earth would be more passionate about sharing than someone who learned important life information the hard way?

Find out what Catherine Behan learned – and how it relates to you – here:

 

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