Disciplined behavior is an example of the mind trying to do God's job.
It can only make the kind of results that come out of self importance - which inevitably require greater and greater effort and control to uphold.
But learning and growth happen effortlessly when it's seen that behavior is an indivisible aspect of the lesson that's arising now.
In that space of allowing, behavior is experienced without argument, and the individual being blossoms. Let it be!
Relationships are only meant to lead to the recognition of your Self - sort of like a game of hide and seek. The more you discover your Self, the sweeter relationships become.
Simply giving up all relationships allows your energy of attention to be moved into alignment with people and things that more fully reflect the sweetness of your unconditioned Self.
This is not a willful letting go, but a Willingness to go with Love's flow - even if that means the end of a perceived friendship, family tie or association.
If you experience frustration or other emotional upset because people don't appreciate what you do, it's only because you believe your well being depends on whether other people value and appreciate your works.
Basically, people are responding to your sense of dependency when they could be responding to your sense of eternal well being.
So, are you willing to sense your eternal well being irrespective of how people respond to you?
Limitless creativity and abundance are inherent aspects of the Love that you are.
However, you place limits on these aspects while you seek to get something out of sharing this Love, and through your seeking to parlay your sharing into something greater for your self.
Shared Love is its own reward. Seek not for worldly reward, and you will discover that there is nothing which you do not already possess.
There is nothing right or wrong about how we choose to relate sexually with people. There are just our desires and whether we honor them or deny them.
When we do not honor our desire to be loved, adored and supported as the apple of our beloved's eye, we settle for something else. Then when we notice that our beloved needs to entertain sexual thoughts and fantasies about other people, the ego will act as if it shouldn't bother us and judge that we should try to "be open minded" about it.
But being open minded doesn't mean denying our truest desires. When we claim our worthiness to have our desires fulfilled - we can let go of whatever is moving toward a different goal.