Emotional pain prevents us from healing and it’s a sign that we aren’t moving forward in a growth-oriented way.
The best way to heal from this pain is to understand why it’s there, learn whatever lessons can be learned and then continue the process of living and growing.
If we get stuck in thinking about what “should have been,” we can become immobilized in painful feelings and memories.
If you’re trying to move forward after a painful experience, come out to better understand what you are dealing with.
There a lot of misconceptions what healthy boundaries are and what they do for relationships.
Some might feel that they aren't really important or may not even understand what they are, but in reality all healthy relationships have boundaries.
The purpose of boundaries is to allow both partners to feel comfortable and develop positive self-esteem in the relationship.
It’s important for both people to be clear about who they are, what they want, and to identify and express their beliefs, values, and limits.
This event will help everyone better understand boundaries, why we need them and how to possibly implement them in a relationship.
We are showing self love when we appreciate our own behaviours and actions and actively in our own physical, psychological and spiritual growth.
Self-love means that we have a healthy regard for our own well-being and happiness. It means taking care of our own needs and not sacrificing our well-being to please others. Ultimately, it means not living a life of sacrifice and settling for less than we deserve.
Self-love is not the same for everyone as we have the ability to take of ourselves in many different ways. It’s important for each of us to become aware of what self loves mean to us as individuals and do our best to live our lives in support of that healthy goal.
We are showing gratitude when appreciate what we have instead of always reaching for something new, hoping that it will “make” is feel happier, or more satisfied with life in some way. We need to understand that trying to endlessly meet every physical and material need is a game we can’t win.
Gratitude helps us to focus on what we have instead of what we want or think that we need. It’s not easy in the beginning, but with a little focused effort and practice, it has the ability to positively impact our lives in multiple ways.
It can be applied to the past (thankful for past blessings), the present (being thankful for good fortune as it comes), and the future (staying optimistic and hopeful).
This event will have us taking a look at "The 4 Agreements", the best selling book by Don Miguel Ruiz. We are going to look at the 4 agreements from the perspective of couple and relationships.
Be Impeccable With Your Word
Don't Take Anything Personally
Don't Make Assumptions
Always Do Your Best
Taking some time to learn and focus on any one of these agreements can help your relationship. Focusing on all 4 of them can change your relationship.
What does it mean to be kind? Most people would consider it to involve the quality of being friendly, considerate and generous.
A kind person considers the feelings of others, tries to help them and avoids actions that do harm. Affection, empathy and giving to others are qualities of a kind person.
But there is far more to kindness than spreading it to others; we should be starting with self- kindness. It’s more than a mushy sentiment. Most of us are unkind to ourselves without realizing it and if we spoke to other people the same way, how many friends would we actually have?
Let’s explore what to means to be kind, not just to others, but also to ourselves!