Lodro and I were met with so much love for the arrival of How To Love Yourself (And Sometimes Other People). I'm so grateful to all of you who came to our workshop in London and to our book launch party at ABC Carpet & Home in the sublime space of Deepak Homebase in NYC. We also LOVED the rowdy, sold out crowd that attended our workshop in Orlando for Hay House's much-loved I Can Do It Conference. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
While we were in London, we took the opportunity to get in bed with Rebecca Campbell, best-selling author of Light Is The New Black. We wanted to capture the gift that being single offers us- and Rebecca gets right to the heart of it. We asked her how it's best to wait for love while we're single without really waiting?
Here's some of what I have to share about the beauty of being single from How To Love Yourself.
"I didn’t have a man in my life, not yet, but the compassionate, nonjudgmental way Unknown Tom held me throughout the conversation reminded me that I am entirely lovable right now, as I am. And that I can flex the inner masculine within me and hold myself through this transitional time in my life in a way I never have before. I can cultivate a love with a hairy chest and big bulging biceps, a love that holds me where I am broken or when I am scared. It’s not enough to know that I am enough; I have to put that knowing into action."