Podcast 465: What we are doing wrong when it comes to love
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SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to Kanwer Singh, also known as Humble The Poet, about what most of us are doing wrong when it comes to love, what it means to sit with your pain and experience love, the difference between self-care and self-love, and so much more!
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1:30 Humble the Poet’s amazing new book on love
2:40 Humble the Poet’s life & work
11:00 What love is
13:50 Different versions of love
14:50 Vulnerability is not a weakness
16:22 What we are doing wrong when it comes to love
18:30 How the world has changed & how this affects our perception of love
23:40 The difference between self-care & self-love
35:36 Why we need to sit with our pain to experience love
43:20 Loving others means loving yourself
44:10 Real love is not easy but it is worth it!
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