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Who is Cyn? Part Three: Love the Cyn You're In

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Who is Cyn? Part Three: Love the Cyn You're In

Searching for "How to be happy" on YouTube changed my entire life...

I found Evan Carmichael. Then through his channel I found Tom Bilyeu. He did an interview with Mel Robbins and I was blown away. Then I found Tom's wife, Lisa. Who at the time wasn't doing Women of Impact but they were doing 'Relationship Theory' podcast and I just adored her. I loved their relationship. I wanted a relationship like theirs. I thought I had that. They were married like 15 years at that time and I thought, hey I've been with him almost that amount of time, why aren't we like them?

I listened to 'Relationship Theory' until I ran out of episodes. 

Then I went back to Evan's channel and watched all the top 10's I could get my hands on. I started commenting and became a part of #believenation. I met some great people in the comment section of his videos and same with Tom's. He would go live once a week and I was always there watching. I met some super cool people in the comments that I am still friends with. It's been so exciting to see their transformation during this time. 

So I spent months watching their content ALL DAY LONG. If I was driving, working (I was doing marketing for an organic restaurant at the time) or sleeping or eating...I was listening or watching their content......

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Who is Cyn? Part Two: Deeper Into Cyn

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Who is Cyn? Part Two: Deeper Into Cyn

Soon after my divorce was final, I met my 2nd husband...

We met the first time I went out after my divorce was final. We spent the night together but didn't have sex. We talked all night. I felt like I might have someone who understood me. But the reality was he was someone who hated himself too.  How could he love me? How could we love each other? We both had too much hate inside for self. It was never going to work. But we didn't know. I didn't know so I forged forward. 

6 months in and he moved in with me. During the time between husbands I had fallen and the doctor had given me pain pills. Now, over the years I had used drugs recreationally. I wasn't any where near addict use and I thought they were a fun way to forget the crap in my head temporarily. My biological father was an alcoholic and my mother's brother died from alcoholism so I wasn't keen on booze. But then I found pain killers......

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