You should be happy. You should be able to fully embrace love and your relationship without letting past hurts or anxieties get in the way.
You may make better judgments in the future that are in line with what you really desire if you go deep inside yourself and heal the wounds that have held you in cycles of scarcity and confusion.
You've had a great start to the year, seeing the growth of vital connections and the arrival of exciting new possibilities. You have taken the first tentative steps.
You can move on from the past sometimes. You should not shirk responsibility or worry that you have become your scars. Put it down if you need to.
Just go with the flow and expand towards the things that make you happy, the things that are fresh, in harmony, and bursting with beauty.
The sting of deficiency and the sour aftertaste of toxic love. Depending on how you decide to proceed, this is a decision that might affect the rest of your life.
To mend a relationship that seems broken, it is often necessary to identify the source of the problem and remove it.
When you are feeling emotionally vulnerable or internally unsettled because you do not feel excellent at something, it might help to shift your attention to something you are good at.
But this is where really revolutionary action is required. You need to be able to ask your spouse what they need after you've been honest about your own challenges.