When it comes to relationships, being broken hearted is sometimes a situation we can’t avoid. Sometimes, in our attempt to protect ourselves from getting hurt again, we end up sabotaging relationships on our own. Know that although healing takes time, you can heal your broken heart; you can change the narrative of that story, and thrive in life.
Emotional triggers often have roots in past experiences and memories. Understanding our emotional triggers can be incredibly powerful and help us take control of our lives. Understanding our triggers and their roots, reprogramming negative beliefs, and practicing self-compassion, we can learn to respond instead of react and achieve emotional mastery.
Starting this year, resolve to prioritize emotional healing. Ignoring your feelings can prevent you from finding your voice and following your passion in life. Acknowledge your feelings; they are a part of who you are, and suppressing them can prevent you from becoming the best version of yourself. Emotional healing can help you to lead a purpose-driven life.
Our brain thrives on the ability to predict behavior. Even if it’s unsafe, we choose what we know over what we don’t. Trauma can significantly impact our relationships and how we show up in them, which is why understanding our trauma response types is essential for building strong relationships.
Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who uses fear, obligation, or guilt to manipulate you into doing what they want? Those who are most vulnerable to emotional blackmail are typically people pleasers or empathetic individuals who are easy to manipulate. The quality of our life depends on the quality of our relationships, both with ourselves and others.
An emotionally unavailable partner may be evasive, make frequent excuses, and be unwilling to discuss their feelings openly. As a result, you may experience feelings of isolation, depression, unimportance, or rejection.
Researchers suggest that your inner child impacts how you select your partner and the way you lead your relationships. Dealing with emotional unavailability requires conscious intervention on your end.
To lead a life with no regrets, you need to leave your comfort zone behind and forge yourself as a fearless risk taker.
Learn to embrace uncertainty and take chances; you do a disservice by not living into your purpose and thus not giving the world or the people around you what you have to offer.
Setting boundaries with family concerns most of us as the holiday season draws nearer. We’ve all been there; an upcoming family party is near, and the feeling of impending doom hits. Family should be a source of encouragement, love, and belonging. We shouldn’t have to tolerate toxic personalities because of DNA.