Keep It Movin’

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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6 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I just stumbled onto your blog and am already inspired. Its so true how you need to fall in love with yourself and be comfortable with yourself before you can fall in love with anyone else. And the reason they will fall in love with you is because you are this happy, confident person with a lively spirit and independence.

    I’m glad life is starting to work itself out for you. We spend too long holding onto things that are only going to drag us down in the end. Its not always about fixing something that is broken, its about starting something better.

    Thanks for the read!

  2. Lisa Marchant says:

    Love this post! So often we hold onto people that suck our energy from us, and leave us feeling worse after interacting with them. Why do we hold on? This is a new year, and with it comes new perspective and awareness. I admire that you cut the “dead weight” from your life, and you will be rewarded for doing so. You will start to attract more and more positive people into your life, that bring as much to your life as you do to theirs. People that make you feel good and that will honor and cherish everything about you. XOXO

  3. Anonymous says:

    I feel like crying after reading this. Once again, you’ve word for word stated what’s going on w me. At 44, I too have come to the conclusion that I really do cherish my independence and I love the life I’ve created for myself. It took me so long to create a living environment and career I love and now I have it and if I were to merge w someone else, I know I’d lose some of that. Given my previous relationship record and the actual divorce rate statistics, its highly likely that any relationship I’d merge into, would fail and I’d have to start all over once again. I’m afraid of living w someone and making joint decisions as well. I just don’t think I can do it and I know I’m keeping myself single, YET, I also want a man in my life. I write out affirmations of acquiring love all the time, yet I subconsciously and consciously do things to keep me single. My last bf was a separated (which means still married) military guy who deployed during our relationship. I joked that the only way I could have a bf was if he was married and lived 8000 miles away, but omg there was so much truth in that jest. Well, I’m doing some soul searching as well, because there is more to me being single than simply me clinging to my independence. Visiting my family over Xmas reminded me of why I must think of living jointly as a terrifying thing. I have/had a bi polar mother who was crazy..she was Carries mother from the movie Carrie. My dad is a pathetic and manipulative controlling man who has been “on the verge of death” since I was 9 years old. He was/is actually healthy, but uses the I’m gonna die thing to keep me in my place. So, now I see why I deep down fear having a man merge w me. Yet, I think its something I also want, so I am on a soul healing journey and I plan to do some rewriting of my history and belief systems as well. Please keep me posted of your journey and how one might go about this rewriting sh#t. Rhonda from FB

    • I can relate to a lot of what you said too… definitely my relationship with my parents and theirs with each other is a big reason why I’m intentionally single as well. It’s a scary thing when you realize how much that really does effect our perceptions of relationships. My only fear is that my own kids, my girls especially will grow up with this same ultra independence that I have (which is not totally a bad thing) but that they will not know how to incorporate a man into their life either because they have never seen me with ANYONE, their entire life. My kids have never met anyone I’ve dated or even had anyone around them ever, so it’s a little scary to think they will grow up not having that modeled… but hey… we can only do what we can do right? I’d rather them grow up with just me around then strange men coming in and out of their life, I wont allow that, ever, so….

  4. Enjoy life, enjoy every year you have. That the must important. Not starting from January, or April, or September. Start today and enjoy it every day 🙂

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