Destructive Behavior and The Secret to Get What You Want

In this Success Newsletter, I would like to talk about self-destructive behavior and give you the details of my gift to you -my special presentation: “The Secret to Get What You Want!

So let me ask you: Will you be stopped or will nothing stop you?
Do you know what you want? Have you tried almost everything and still can’t get what you want?

In my phone seminar, I will reveal the true formula to success, happiness, riches and wealth…I will reveal the three key elements missing from The Secret and the one law that is so powerful, it can neutralize The Law of Attraction, and lead to misery and self-sabotage. If you can grasp the powerful principles of success I outline then you, too, can get what you want, hold onto it and enjoy it!

Now let’s talk about destructive behavior and from where it comes.

To construct means to build or form. To destruct means to take apart or destroy. Thus when we engage in self-destructive behavior we are destroying ourselves. Self-destructive behavior can be anything that destroys or damages your body, mind, emotional health or spirit. This can include drug abuse, alcohol, poor nutrition, junk food, lack of exercise, negative self-talk, relationships where your partner is physically, verbally, mentally or emotionally abusive. Self-destructive behavior can be any situation in which you subject yourself to being treated poorly.

From where does self-destructive behavior come?

First, we need to understand that we are responsible for it. Yes, even if you are in a situation where someone is doing something to you, it is you who is allowing it to happen. Sometimes, we just need to walk away from a negative, destructive situation that is tearing us down. Second, we need to ask, why are we allowing it to happen or why we are doing it to ourselves?

The answer always breaks down to a deep often, subconscious belief that we are not good enough or that we do not deserve the best. This belief almost always incorporates feelings of guilt, shame, blame and self-punishment.

I humbly invite you to ask yourself whether your present behavior is self-constructive or self-destructive. Are you loving and respecting all of you –your mind, spirit, soul and body -or are you disrespecting yourself? Remember, if you don’t love and respect yourself, then you will treat others the same way! And if you don’t love yourself, then you will push away people who try to love you!

I teach that “You’ll only get what you subconsciously believe you deserve and no more – and if you get more than what you believe you deserve, then you will push it away or sabotage it.” I call this The Law of Deservedness.

Next week, I will further explore this topic.Finally, most of what I will speaking about in tomorrow’s phone seminar comes from my book “Get what you want!” available as an eBook or audio book on CD. Remember to check out my Blog on my website to read my past Success Newsletters, post your comments and take a few exciting quizzes. And please forward this message to anyone who might benefit from the positive message. If you have received this newsletter as a forward and would like to receive all of my newsletters please enter your email address on the home page.

I wish you the best and remind you “Believe in yourself -You deserve the best!”

Patrick Wanis
Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert & Clinical Hypnotherapist

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