One of the first steps we can take, whether we are seeking physical or emotional healing, says Kornfield, is to hold ourselves with compassion and love. “Just as yeast is…Read more
We usually feel resentful when we get a feeling that we are being bullied or being taken granted for. It may also be a sign of being pushed beyond our limits by the situation making us feel guilty (wanting to be a good friend) This discomfort is a cue that someone is crossing their boundary with you.
Be careful of your thoughts. Catch and nip the negative thoughts in bud. If you find it hard maybe because you grew up in a place which had either constant chaos or negativity, practice saying positive affirmations to yourself.
Examine what your beliefs are about your relationship and explore the background – right till your childhood and see carefully what your attachment style is. Do you tend to walk away? Do you get needy or desperate? Do you listen yet get defensive and judgemental?
Posted: September 7, 2017
We’re saying, I don’t think that we’re equals. I don’t think that I deserve love, care, trust and respect yet, but if I show you all of the ways in which I’m willing to put you above and beyond me, maybe one day you will decide that I’m worth being decent to.