Christiana Cioffi joins Corene to share her deeply personal journey towards self-discovery. Through sharing her own experiences, Christiana reveals that life isn’t always about perfect execution, but rather about perspective. She encourages you to cut out any energy-draining factors in your life and focus on loving yourself and putting your needs first.
As the conversation shifts to the topic of dating apps, Christiana offers insightful commentary on the potential pitfalls of modern dating and the benefits of seeking more authentic and genuine experiences. Her reflections provide valuable guidance for anyone navigating the complex world of dating.
Christiana also shares her personal super-expander story, detailing her journey of overcoming obstacles and achieving personal growth. Her story is sure to inspire you to pursue their own paths towards self-discovery.
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Deep meditation is where I’m starting to uncover the answer to that question. I’ve come to understand the law of attraction over the past few years. Don’t focus on the negativity. Focus on positivity. Emit that in every way you can, and it will come back to you.
I’m a huge Doctor Joe Dispenser fan. I do a Doctor Joe Dispenza meditation every single day. But I am also I was raised Catholic, and I’ve created a lot of superstitions as a result of that. So I’m actually still I’m an atheist.
I’ve purposefully cut out the things that would detract from my energy and my vibration. That includes people, that includes outside communications or inputs into my life that are not productive for me. She says she’s been off dating apps for a year and a half now, and she doesn’t miss it.
The book started actually as a blog. It then turned into a book because my blog readers a very secret group of friends. The book is about loving yourself and having the right perspective on dating. Maybe we should have like a book club and read it together.
Dating on a dating app is just recreating the spontaneous meet up in aisle seven of the grocery store. Stop trying so hard, stop trying to impress other people, stop worrying about how many times you go on a date based off of an app. Just start living your life.
I was at my lowest point after being diagnosed with breast cancer. I sought out professional help from a therapist who in some ways saved my life. This book is about loving myself. Everyone’s super expander story is theirs, right?
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