Rule 1: Don’t deny what has occurred
If there is a more hopeful statement, then please tell me.
No one is guaranteed, or entitled to, relationship success. However, we give ourselves the greatest chance of that when we know ourselves to the best degree possible. Including all the ugly stuff.
Type Four – the Romantic. Fours can be a little…melodramatic. It’s not their fault Nobody understands them.
My personal growth hasn’t made me more difficult to be with. Actually I am overall easier to be with.
Meditating is beneficial: this we understand. Are you doing it, though? Maybe you just aren’t connected to the ‘why’ yet.
The better the quality of the powerful questions you ask, the more real you can get with yourself. Or as Tony Robbins says “Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.”
So how do we know when dependence levels are healthy and we have attained that holy grail of all things – balance? How about when we are able to allow ourselves be supported without feeling excessively vulnerable?
Our response until now has been characterized by defiance. We were deeply aware of our sense of boundaries being offended, but we were not able to mobilize that anger to the components of truly effective leadership
We hate being the bad guy. It’s not such that we are weasels. It is hard-wired, our primal urge to be liked and accepted into a group: there’s no fighting it.