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The Wake-Up Call Show: Love The Unlovable Video

Dear One,

If you’re anything like me, you have situations, people, parts of yourself that feel unlovable.

What feels unlovable to you? Your thighs, your bank account, the mistake you made 5 years ago, the way you lost it with your child, that you haven’t found that soulmate yet?

When we declare IT is unlovable, it’s like we’re withholding our love from the child that needs it the most. How about we find a way to love the unlovable instead? I created this short video to help you to love the unlovable. Click BELOW to watch it.

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I’m sending you so much love…especially to the situations and parts of you that feel unlovable.



P.S. I hope you’ll give yourself the gift of watching today’s video…and that you’ll share it with your loved ones and leave me a comment too. I love hearing from you!

Please let me know the unlovable you’re now loving in the comments below!




  1. Stephanie says:

    Thanks, Amy. Just what I needed today too… My ‘patience fuse’ was extremely short at the start of the day. 🙂

  2. Linda says:

    For some reason, Amy, this really hit home for me. I have struggled with loving my body in its current condition; particularly my stomach. Being 62 yrs old and after 2 abdominal surgeries and 2 c- sections and with the weight I am carrying now my stomach is not a pretty sight. Personifying my stomach and recognizing all that it has done for me did the trick. I am going to use this technique for other issues also. Thank you so much

  3. Sarah Klein says:

    I appreciate the concept of loving the unlovable, but I am still entrenched. I am still not there, although I get it. I get that it will help release the negativity and guilt that none of us need to carry around. I’ll keep the concept, and this meditation, in my heart and practice it more. Thanks for this wisdom!

  4. Fiona says:

    Dear Amy,
    Thankyou for sharing such beautiful wisdom again!

    However this time I feel resistence..oops!

    When you say love the unloveable I think (about my boyfriend Mel)who is so busy with his work, with his ‘helpless’mother(grrrrr)
    with his always being tired too tired to go out with me, spend quality time with me and my daughter..well I could go do I still love HIM and not sell myself and my daughter short?
    This has beeen going on for 3 years now.
    I give my boundaries and make sure he knows waht my daughter and I need but he just can’t seem to pull it off..either I love the unloveable or I leave and not love it..?oh man..!!hope you can help me out here!
    Are you coming to Holland in the future?
    If you do come and say hi!!

    Big fat hug from an Australian girl in Clog land (holland)

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