When a challenge arises with your spouse, partner, child, parent, friend, or colleague, do you work it through together, in pursuit of the ultimate outcome of feeling good and being content with each other? Or do you just say, “forget this, I am going to go find another husband, wife, friend, partner, boss, colleague!”?
During a disagreement I was having recently with a friend, I had the realization that it is so easy for people to just disregard one another and just ‘throw each other out’. Many of us have often thought ‘if this friendship/relationship is not working, we might as well replace this person with someone else’… either now or in the future and I’d like to add that usually the ‘replacement’ is equally as frustrating.
Here is a question to consider: When you are having a challenge with yourself, do you THROW YOURSELF OUT OF YOUR OWN LIFE TOO?
And we know that of course you don’t, because YOU CAN’T!
What would your life be like if you knew you couldn’t just toss out a relationship that is not working? What if instead you had to come to terms with it, to confront your fears about it with the person with whom you are having the challenge? What if you had to work through the situation with the other person?
With the laws of attraction and being as powerful as you truly are, realize that you CAN come to terms and CAN confront your fears.
If we were as committed to our relationship with each other as we are to ourselves, divorce rates would be cut down substantially, there would be much more collaboration between businesses, governments and countries, and there would be even greater peace in the world than what we have now.
The next question, therefore, is how can you work together with your spouse, partner, colleague, child, parent, or friend to come to clarity together? If you ARE committed to working something through with someone in a discussion, and both of you are identifying what you desire and whether you are willing to support each other, the two magic phrases that will help you to overcome challenges in your relationships are:
I love you.
Until next time Be-Inspired.
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