Relationships: Can Smartphones Destroy Relationships?
In the same way that it is easy for someone not embrace each day of the week due to being completely absorbed in what will happen at the weekend, it is also just as easy for them to ignore the people in their life due to being completely absorbed in their Smartphone. In each of these cases, the present moment won’t be fully embraced.
You CAN Learn To Make Yourself Feel Safe
Growing up, many of us didn’t feel at all safe in our households. Many of us had parents or other caregivers who were physically, emotionally, and/or sexually abusive or neglectful. We had to find ways to manage this lack of safety, so we learned to numb out, eat or use other substances, be good, be bad or try to be perfect, or project the fear on something other than our parents, because acknowledging that it was our parents causing our fear caused more fear.
Are You In A Relationship With Someone Who Is More Like Your Son/Daughter?
The other day I was thinking about how there were times when I had come across couples who appeared to be out of balance. When this was the case, it was as though it was more like a parent-child relationship and not an adult to adult relationship.
Responsibility Makes and Breaks Relationships
The blessing we receive in taking responsibility is we take control of everything we can control, and we surrender control for everything that is beyond our control. And that is wisdom.
How Much Control Do You Need?
The fact is we are in bondage to anything we have to control, whether it is people, the possessions we have, the circumstances of our lives, and especially how events we are involved in play out. Whatever we have to control controls us, and we’re tempted to use what controls us, to control others.