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The Hidden Impact of Unresolved Emotional Trauma
Human beings are social creatures. Therefore, forming connections with others is essential to our well-being. However, while communication is often cited as the key to building solid relationships, another factor is equally important yet often overlooked. In our personal or professional lives, making meaningful connections requires more than effective communication. This article will explore this overlooked factor and discuss how healing emotional trauma can help us build more fulfilling relationships.
How Hardship Can Be a Catalyst for Growth
You’re likely here because someone you know is struggling, and you want to help. Have you ever considered that sometimes allowing people to go through hard times might be the most loving thing we can offer? It sounds counterintuitive, maybe even cruel, but when we look closer, we see that there can be immense value in experiencing difficult moments. We often hear about the dangers of overprotectiveness and how it can hinder personal growth and development. But what if we take this one step further? What if, in certain circumstances, the most compassionate thing we can do is to allow someone we love to face hardship? Let's explore this controversial topic and see what insights we can uncover together.
Is people pleasing keeping you from having connected relationships?
Do you find yourself constantly putting others' needs ahead of your own? Do you struggle to say "no" to things when you don’t want to do them? Do you struggle to share your opinions, needs, or desires? If so, you might be a people pleaser. While it's natural to want to make others happy, people-pleasing can become a harmful behavior that can negatively impact your mental and emotional well-being and your connection with others. In this blog post, I'll explore what it is, the psychological origins of this behavior, the dangers of people pleasing, and signs that you might be a people pleaser. I'll also offer tips for how to break free from this pattern and build healthier relationships with others. So if you identify with always seeking to make others happy and are ready to put yourself first, keep reading!
The Silent Treatment: What stonewalling in a relationship looks like
Ever wondered what stonewalling in a relationship looks like? Or the effects it has on a person? Or what to do if you're the victim? If so, you're in the right place.
Judging others: How to turn a judgy comment into connection
Have you ever said, "I'd NEVER do that" only to find yourself years later guilty of the exact thing you were judging? You're not alone. This one small tweak helped me turn my judgy comments into connection.
“Don't Avoid, Confront: Tips To Successful Difficult Conversations”
It would be dishonest of me to say I've never participated in a good bitch sesh about my husband. But because I've done it, I know how liberating it can be. Curious about why we do it and what the consequences are? Read on.