Monthly Archives: January 2020
Almost every day we run the risk of finding ourselves in a situation where we cannot really hear and understand our interlocutor, but he cannot hear and understand us. But what if this particular person was our fate? Simple rules of dialogue will help you not to lose it.
Every day and every hour, on weekends and weekdays, regardless of the weather, political situation and economic situation in the world, people, men and women meet and part, bringing and leaving in each other’s memory and souls either a wonderful feeling of unearthly magical joy, or a bleeding wound of doom and misery. Someone luckier – he becomes happy, someone less. But the question of the emergence, development, extinction and termination of relations between a man and a woman leads us to the question of the relationship of a person with a person without determining and highlighting his gender. Continue reading
We read a smart book, went to a seminar, learned something new – and I want to share this with a partner. And he strains and asks him not to load, and he considers our passion for development a sweet weakness with which he is forced to put up. Vollens-nollens, which is translated from Latin means willy-nilly. Do you want to surprise him and be surprised yourself? It’s cool, simple, nice, nothing needs to be done … And the couple’s relations are “getting better” in some mystical way.
First, it’s worth recalling a well-known thing: each person is a special “set” of beliefs, beliefs, experience, knowledge, aspirations, qualities, values, meanings and much more. One likes and suits meditation and daily diary, and the other half an hour of active training or, conversely, a good night’s sleep. But we want our loved ones to like what we like. Continue reading
What do we “catch” when we are building relationships with a person whom we so want to consider our soul mate? Probably, like our smaller brothers, for something tasty. But the tastes often do not match …
Trap # 1: I want it to be like mom and dad
How did I fall into this trap? From the perspective of a 10-year-old child with an idealized perception, the relationship between parents seemed to me the most correct. More truly, I precisely believed in it. She believed that when she grows up, I will have exactly the same thing as mom and dad: my husband and I will love each other, I will command, my husband will fulfill what I decide, we will solve everyday problems together, buy in a loan is necessary things, it will go fishing on weekends, and I will arrange gatherings with friends, we will give dinner services to relatives, we will go to sea every year and much more … Continue reading