History is filled with examples of “The Truth”. 1500 years ago everybody KNEW the earth was the center of the Universe. 500 years ago everybody KNEW the earth was flat. 100 years ago everybody KNEW man could not fly. At those times, it was the truth. Until it was challenged. Our reality is based upon our perceptions. Our perceptions are based upon our conceptions. If we wish to challenge our "truth" we must challenge our conceptions.
Just as plants need more than sunshine to survive, so do our relationships. "I love you" once said, is not all that is required. Learn the 14 ways to keep the love in your relationship alive.
The title is very deceptive! We really are speaking about the innate habit of interrupting to correct others as they are speaking. What causes us to blurt out our "correction"? Do we feel as though we are making a contribution? How are we effecting the person we interrupt? What is it within us which makes me unable to remain quiet when I hear or see something that I perceive to be incorrect?
We all know that setting boundaries is very helpful, but why don't we always do this? Why can't we maintain them once we put them in play? What forces are at play that weaken them? Can we rebuild them once they are broken down?
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