How many times have you met someone and saw potential in them? How many times have you met someone and thought to yourself, “I know they can be more, or do more than they are doing? Keep reading to find the best way to help that person.
When things do not work out for you in your life, do you find yourself questioning yourself? Do you find yourself questioning the situation in general? When relationships do not work out, do you ask, “What’s wrong with me?” How would you like to overcome those negative thoughts and beliefs?
Have you ever been in a relationship and felt that your partner did not understand you? Have you ever had a friend that you thought did not experience authentic empathy for you? Have you ever had a loved one that you lost touch with or lost your connection with?
Today’s topic is safety and support specifically at they pertain to friendships and relationships. When it comes to safety, we are talking about when a friend or loved one tries to do something to protect you, sometimes without thinking about the consequences. When it comes to support…
Apologies are great. Apologizing to someone shows recognition that you made a mistake. Apologizing shows recognition of the desire to change. One area most of us fall short in is what we apologize for. How can we make apologies more meaningful and effective?
Do you find yourself getting mad at things people do? Do you find yourself getting sad when people do something that you do not agree with? Do you find that other people’s actions stir up any emotions inside of you?
How do you react when you go into a store, and you see someone wear an outfit that you would not wear? What thoughts does it stir inside of you when you do not align with someone’s actions? How do you feel the moment you do not agree with a choice someone makes?
When was the last time you gave yourself a break when you made a mistake? When was the last time you took it easy on someone else when they made a mistake? Do you feel you are your own worst critic? Do people who know you best feel you are too hard on yourself?
Are you someone who is prone to fixing problems? When people talk to you, is your immediate thought, “How can I help fix things?” When someone talks to you about a problem they are having, do you immediately start to give them possible solutions? Do you feel this trait only a trait that men exhibit?
Do you struggle with sticking to one thought or topic per piece of content you create? Do you struggle with the concept of going very deep on one specific thing? Do you feel your content will be too short if you stick to only one topic? Do you find that people are not eager…