Relationships experience ups and downs and can sometimes lead to breakups and heartaches but is ego part of what is destroying your relationship?
If you take a deep look at relationships across the globe, be it in the workplace, government or personal, pride/ego shows up when there is a misunderstanding or conflict in our personas. No one wants to face defeat due to fear and as long as we do not recognize that fear has no place in love, we will continue to face difficulties in our relationships.
The world is not at peace because of the ego of some leaders who fail to realize that when things are done from a place of love and humility, conflicts will be easily resolved and peace will exist and reign. The same applies to us as individuals. If we learn to let go of our ego, face our fears, realize that we are all one and there is no difference between us regardless of race, color, background or culture.
We must become humble and speak from a place of love always. Love always heals but we cannot heal when we do not realize that we ourselves are created in love and are LOVE. Love is what we are all born with. Love is what created us. Love is who we are but ego shows up with fear and distorts our thinking process, making us believe otherwise.
We must fight back and submit ourselves to one another in humility and love. Love teaches us to be patient and kind towards each other while being humble. We must become awakened and realize that where humility and love exist, fear and ego have no place and cannot thrive.
Rather than allow ego to destroy your relationship, be willing to learn from each other, let love overshadow fear. With love comes life and light. As long as we realize that we are the light born to shine and we are love, we can overcome our differences, resolve our conflicts, communicate better, learn from each other and become stronger, wiser and better just as God designed us to be.
Learn to let go of ego and hold on to love. Love conquers all and covers a multitude of wrongs.

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Kemi Sogunle is a multi-award-winning author, international speaker, certified professional coach. Kemi supports singles (including divorcees) to find and love themselves after a broken relationship or divorce, identify their needs, understand what love is prior to starting a new relationship and find love again. She also works with married couples (with conflict resolution, intimacy and trust issues). She is also the Founder/CEO of the nonprofit organization (501c3), Love Not Hurt, an organization that promotes self-development, building healthier and stronger relationships while living with purpose.
She is dedicated to helping others transform their lives through self-development and growth, gaining knowledge and understanding of self-love and who they are before becoming involved in a relationship, find what works best and how to stay true to oneself while connecting with others to build solid relationships that will make their lives better not bitter. She believes that living truthfully is paramount to long-lasting relationships and healthy living.
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· Love, Sex, Lies and Reality
· Being Single: A State for the Fragile Heart
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