When you give, who are you doing that for? What’s in it for you? What’s in it for the other person? What energy is behind it?
Every relationships is riddled with patterns, the longer we have them, the stronger the patterns. We sometimes even start thinking that we ARE those patterns. But is that really true? And are those roles we take up as strong as we think?
Is it better to ‘work on yourself’ before you go into a relationship? Or can you grow while being together? Here’s how I would answer that question from my own experience, with some influence from experts as well.
When you avoid conflict, it has some immediate rewards: no conflict, you don’t have to deal with unpleasant emotions, etc. But there are also pretty bad negative effects that I want to dive into here…
Many of us have princples that guide our lives, ideals that we’ve translated into practical habits to reflect who we want to be. But sometimes, those principles are too hard to uphold, or conflict with one another, or somehow don’t really seem to mirror that initial ideal. Is it alright not to live according to your own principles for a while?
We all want to feel a sense of belonging. It’s part of our human nature. And we often try to feel it, by making ourselves fit in. But is that the right way to go about it?
I’ve been writing this blog for about 17 months in a language that is not my native tongue. Why did I choose it? What has this language brought me? And who have I become through using it?
I used to think certain pop stars were really arrogant, and flashy, and not dressed enough. I don’t really, anymore. They didn’t change, however, so what did?
Would you take your child to a therapist? How would you respond if you heard your child was different in some way? What would that entail?
I went to a Waldorf school for my first 16 years of schooling. These schools are quite out there when it comes to lesson content and curriculum, but I am really grateful for the way it shaped me, and here’s 10 reasons why.