Even in a healthy relationship, there are periods, days, and even moments of emotional abandonment.
Despite often being full of resentments, there is much in life to be actively grateful for.
Letting go may require repeated efforts to shift your consciousness away from the problem.
In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to heal the resentments that may have built up in your relationship.
Codependents have difficulty letting go. Breakups affect our self-esteem more than it does for people who are secure and confident.
We’re not always aware of our needs or our neediness.
Every argument needs a solution.
When we experience unpleasant emotions, we aggressively fling our negativity in every direction, all the while failing to ask for actual resolution.
Don’t make the relationship more complicated than it has to be. As issues come up, learn to address them without letting them pile up.
There’s no denying sex is a significant facet of many relationships, no matter if a couple is new or years into a partnership.
Codependency is a serious relationship issue that can cause a lot of damage. Knowing the warning signs that you’re in a codependent relationship enables you to get help quickly.
The key to dealing with divorce is to recognize when you’ve stumbled and catch yourself before it can happen again.
Releasing shame and resentment starts with self-forgiveness. Forgiveness is an “inside job,” and what’s so cool is that we can do this without anyone knowing that it is happening.
Managing our anger is essential to success in work and relationships.
Forgiving is not for others. It is for you. Forgiving is not forgetting. It is remembering without anger.
There’s no way to sugar-coat this, so I’ll just say it; control is an illusion.