Is there such a thing as too much love?
Is there such a thing as too much love? Unfortunately, there is. Perhaps not too much love, but too much worry and concern for loved ones.
The fact is, you can love your friends and family so much that you can harm them. If you're doing this, you need Red Chestnut.
Red Chestnut is the Flower Essencefor those who worry unnecessarily about the health and well- being of their loved ones. For instance, the Father who can't allow a child to go off to summer camp because he or she might get hurt; the Mother who walks the floor until her adult child, or anyone else she loves, calls to say they have safely made it to a destination; and the Grandmother who tries to discourage her grandchildren from participating in sports because she fears for their safety.
Their constant thought is "what if..." and they imagine the worst.
These parents and grandparents are suffering - there's no doubt, but unfortunately, they are not the only ones who suffer. While the concern is based in love, the over-protectiveness and hovering can be stifling and even emotionally damaging to those they worry about.
In fact, this much "love" can cause physical symptoms as well. When writing about this malady, Dr. Bach told about the reactions of his friends when he had suffered an accident. He said he felt their worry as an acute physical pain in his own body.
Since the last thing you want to inflict on your loved ones is pain, visit FeelBach! today and learn how Dr. Bach's Essences can help you release the fears that keep you from enjoying having people to love.