Confidence helps us to interact more decisively, in healthier ways in our relationships and helps keep us from overreacting. Take time to affirm your value and worth as a person to help you feel stronger and better about yourself. Since others only treat you the way you allow them to, developing a stronger sense of self-esteem and confidence could positively affect the quality of your relationships. If you can understand that feelings of security originate within you, you can focus on strengthening your center and affirming that you are whole and complete–regardless of what happens outside of you.
Below are links on the subject from my previous blog posts.
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Active listening is a gift of time and love. Active listening is actually reflecting back the content or emotions of what is being said., and truly listening with interested silence when not doing that.
Emphasizing the positive traits in ourselves and others encourages the continuing development of our skills, abilities, and attributes and a successful relationship! Positive reinforcement is usually much more effective and inspiring than trying to force improvements by dwelling on the negative, which do not work anyway. By consciously emphasizing the positive traits and abilities that […]
Posted in communication, frustration, long island, relationship coaching, relationships, tagged communication, Hope Springs, marriage communication, Meryl Strrp, relationship coaching, relationships on August 18, 2012|Edit | Leave a Comment »
“Hope Springs” is an important relationship movie, not a “chick flick”. That’s this gal’s opinion… The actors take their time through the first half and we get it- the marriage isn’t working and hasn’t worked in many years. Meryl Streep’s role is very different from any I’ve seen her in previously and she does this […]