Do you dare to GIVE TRUST? What is the first, spontaneous answer that comes up in you?
You see, your answer to this question is crucial if you want to create healthy relationships with others!
Namely, in my work as a Life Coach, I notice that many people don’t trust in themselves and don’t trust their relationships. And this is a big energy leak!
Because TRUST is the basis of every relationship!
By this, I mean your partner relationship, work relationship, parent-child relationship, friendships and any other relationship you have. Also the one with yourself!
Giving trust means that you let the other person do things in their own unique way and that you let others have room for self-expression :)))
For example, in your partner relationship, this means that your partner has the right to cook, clean or organize things or use their free time in their own way.
So don’t try to control, dominate or ignore the other person’s self-expression, as this greatly damages the trust in each other.
This behavior pushes the other person to move away from you!
Further, when your partner talks or says something you don’t trust, know that at that moment the relationship is over on that particular subject.
You have to trust your partner until the opposite comes up to be true.
Because if your partner doesn’t feel trusted by you, this will greatly damage your relationship.
And this is not what you want!
Sometimes when I meet partners when one says something, the other says, “No, that’s not the case”. And they talk at the same time telling their different opinions.
If you disagree with your partner on something, it’s very important not to say “No”. Because if you say “No”, you are denying them.
What you can say is: “I have a different opinion”. Because your opinion may be different from your partner’s.
Both can perceive their reality differently. Therefore both can have different observations and different opinions.
And the different opinions can coexist together!
That is very normal and very fine.
This is how partners can learn from each other because partners in relationships are instruments for each other’s development!
So try not to go into “yes-no” arguments. Because then you will get stuck.
Remember, when you disagree with something, just say, “I have a different opinion.”
This is a golden tip for any relationship.
This is how you keep your strength and you don’t deny the other!
Would you like to know more? Then I invite you for a free consultation where we will explore how we can work together.
I’d love to help you maximize your energy, achieve your goals and increase the quality of your life so you can enjoy happy relationships and experience both well-being and prosperity.
With love and appreciation.