What Blogging Heartache Holds You Back?

Every single blogging struggle grows out of heartache. I had a rough time making money online for quite a long stretch. Why? I appeared to be doing the right stuff. But I did not face, feel and release intense, overpowering blogging heartaches from the past. For example, I felt heartache each time I checked my email and observed no clients, customers, sales or business for many months. Fear welled up in my being. Depression overtook me. Being burdened by heavy fear and anchored by blanket depression, I rarely published posts on my blog and never published guest posts. Why network? I pretty much guaranteed my blogging failure because I clung to a defeatist attitude, doing things struggling bloggers did, and NOT doing things, struggling bloggers do NOT do. I clung to a negative, defeatist attitude because I never faced, felt and released blogging heartache induced fear-pain, from years prior.

You cannot get over something that is still in you. I do not care if you work like a beast, generously serving people for 18 hours a day, you will struggle and fail or see some success but face an endless, torturing, painful, grief-filled uphill climb, if you never face and feel past heartache, no matter how long ago the heartache transpired.

Fast forward years. I am not burdened by blogging heartache. I feel grateful for any and all emails I see in my inbox. But I had to face, feel and release blogging heartache from the past by feeling fears, releasing fears and proceeding from a free, non-anchored, liberating energy. Everything took off but I only experienced success because I felt the fear-pain fueling heartache from past failures. The trick is going back as far as you need to go back, in order to feel it, and to release it. I do not care if you began blogging 10 years ago. If you experienced deep heartache, struggle and failure during those days, and if you clung to the pain for years, you will soon learn that grief does not have a shelf-life. Heartache you do not feel from 10, 20 or 100 years ago leaves residual fear in your being, said residual fear totally fueling your blogging struggles, failure and in some cases, quitting.

Feel your past pain. Embrace blogging fears. Recall those moments when you felt entirely overwhelmed and lost, like you wanted to quit. Even if it feels terrible to be with these emotions you better get serious about facing, feeling and releasing fear-pain because liberating yourself from these emotions is the key to happiness, peace, rendering generous service and experiencing sweet blogging success. Nobody moves forward being burdened and held back by the past. Feel the heartache now and free yourself to be generous, kind, compassionate and successful. We all feel much better after crying sessions because you shed the burdens which fuel greediness, stinginess and desperation, all harbingers of a struggling, failing blogging campaign.


Do you know what? I had a horrible time getting featured on well-read blogs for eons because I clung to past heartache, never addressing these ashamed, embarrassed, upset feelings, of blogging failure from years before. But I finally felt these energies to clear the emotions. Good thing I did. I was able to land features on some top level sites, including Forbes, Entrepreneur, Virgin and even sites like Fox News and Market Watch.


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Written by Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author, and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon and can help you build a successful blog at

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