When you are committed to being fair in your primary relationships, it’s only natural to want the other person to share an equal commitment. Unfortunately, many people will not have the same eagerness for personal growth. In those moments you are faced with the question: Who do I need to be even if my efforts are not reciprocated?
In what circumstances do you feel demotivated due to another person’s unwillingness to coordinate life with you? How do you feel about pursuing healthiness even when you have to do it as a solo act?
Most people like to think of themselves as accepting - until they’re not. At times, opinions and preferences can become so strong that we offer rejection and judgment instead. Being accepting does not require you to cease having opinions and preferences, but it does require wisdom and discernment as you respond to the differences presented by others.
In what circumstances do you find it most difficult to show acceptance? Why is that?
Most people ending a marriage will state that they saw signs prior to marriage suggesting the relationship was not all it needed to be. In this podcast we will identify twelve qualities that need to be in place so you can move forward in a budding relationship with confidence. By knowing what to look for, your decision to commit to a long term relationship will be built upon more than just raw emotionalism.
What are your top 3 qualities that must be in place in order to know the relationship is built upon a solid foundation?
Commonly when individuals live in a very pleasing manner, they have too much of a good thing. The commitment to kindness can become a burden when it is not also balanced by firmness. In this episode we will examine ten ways to make sure your pleasing qualities are accompanied by firmness.
When might you be inclined to be too pleasing to the extent that it hinders your ability to be true to the real you?
Some individuals have such a deep history of looking at the negative side of life that they develop a reputation of chronic moodiness. This is a learned pattern, which means it can be unlearned and reversed. In this episode we will examine ways to reverse this tendency so a more upbeat approach toward life can emerge.
Why do you suppose some people actually choose to camp out on the negative side of life? What needs to change so they can see life’s positives more clearly?