Trust is absolutely foundational to safety and love. However, when our relationships are characterized by sharing our judgments in an attempt to change and mold other people into who we need them to be, we erode safety and trust. So what makes us feel safe in our relationships?
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I truly believe that we’re here on the planet to learn how to love ourselves and one another. And, simple as that sounds, I’ve also discovered that this is much more challenging than it sounds.
Have you ever tried to be helpful, to contribute to one another’s well-being, only to find that your attempts simply fall flat? If we truly want to love each other well, we need to cultivate a deep attunement to and honoring of the people we’re trying to love. Here are 5 ways to do just that.
I used to think that having a boundary meant proclaiming ultimatums, drawing lines in the stand and then defending them resolutely. I used to associate having good boundaries with being disconnected and cut off from others.
Today, I have two questions for you:
What conversations do you wish you were having, but aren’t?
What gets in the way of you initiating the conversations you want to have?