We experience this uncomfortable pattern until we heal the root cause of the behavior.In my experience, the root of all struggle is fear.A basic starting point for expressing your boundaries and expectations successfully is active listening. Practice asking each question and then answering each question; I expect you to..., I do not agree with your expectations because....After the above exercise, describe how you would like your needs to be met to the other person.When you find yourself having difficulty saying “no” to others, doing things out of feelings of guilt or obligation, attempting to please others even at the expense of what's best for you, or not expressing your thoughts and feelings when someone upsets you, you are putting yourself last and putting others first—which doesn't serve any of the parties involved.If we say “yes” to others asking of our time and energy and we’ve not filled ourselves up first, we are giving from a place of lack—which is a fear-based choice that sours the energy in a relationship and doesn’t serve either party.The rules for finding the right mate change later in life, as there are fewer eligible men and fewer opportunities ... Little did she know that this time would become one of the most enriching and joyous periods of ...
In this article, I will help you identify the signs you need to create more boundaries in your life and walk you through the first steps for choosing love over fear, honoring yourself, and creating healthier and more meaningful connections.
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In my last post, I talked about how highly sensitive people can be vulnerable to narcissists and why we so often, unwittingly and unhappily, find ourselves in relationships with them.
Whether or not someone is a narcissist is not as important, however, as how we feel when we're with them.
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