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    Sometimes it can be a bit tricky and confusing when we haven’t had a history of setting boundaries to know how it all works. 
Similarity, if we’ve been hurt or traumatized in our past that can influence how we bring our truth and experience to others. 
I see this a lot, where someone makes a vague request and the other person doesn’t prioritize what they’ve asked. 
This tends to happen when we’re not specific in our request, and we withhold the vulnerability. 
Ex: I would love to talk to you soon. 
This statement tells you nothing about the inner world of the person saying it. And “soon” is a very broad term that means something different to everyone. There is a lot of room for minsunderstandinf and hurt feelings. 
Now, here is another way this could be shared: “I’ve been noticing lately that I’m feeling disconnected from you and that makes me sad deep down. Our connection is one I really value and with both our crazy schedules I haven’t been prioritizing us as much as I would like to. Would you be open to quickly reconnecting on the phone tonight around 8?” This statement is honest, vulnerable and makes a very clear request. 
In this instance the person can agree or decline depending on their schedule and make a counter offer. 
If after a clear request like this you get back a lukewarm response, check it out. Get curious. Ask them directly what that’s about. Find out when it would work for them to connect. And test that against what works for you. 
If their counteroffer works, go with it. If it doesn’t, keep playing let’s make a deal until you come to an agreement that works for both people. 
If they have no interest in finding a win-win, then you back up your boundary and invest your energy with people who are able to meet you. 
But also be careful of cutting things off too soon. If you haven’t set boundaries before and the first time is messy or doesn’t go as smoothly as possible, don’t write off the relationship. Get curious. Talk about it. 
That being said it would be appropriate to cut it off if the other person reacts viciously, attacks your character or is blatantly harmful. That’s a no-go zone. 
What’s your experience with all this?

    Sometimes it can be a bit tricky and confusing when we haven’t had a history of setting boundaries to know how it all works.
    Similarity, if we’ve been hurt or traumatized in our past that can influence how we bring our truth and experience to others.
    I see this a lot, where someone makes a vague request and the other person doesn’t prioritize what they’ve asked.
    This tends to happen when we’re not specific in our request, and we withhold the vulnerability.
    Ex: I would love to talk to you soon.
    This statement tells you nothing about the inner world of the person saying it. And “soon” is a very broad term that means something different to everyone. There is a lot of room for minsunderstandinf and hurt feelings.
    Now, here is another way this could be shared: “I’ve been noticing lately that I’m feeling disconnected from you and that makes me sad deep down. Our connection is one I really value and with both our crazy schedules I haven’t been prioritizing us as much as I would like to. Would you be open to quickly reconnecting on the phone tonight around 8?” This statement is honest, vulnerable and makes a very clear request.
    In this instance the person can agree or decline depending on their schedule and make a counter offer.
    If after a clear request like this you get back a lukewarm response, check it out. Get curious. Ask them directly what that’s about. Find out when it would work for them to connect. And test that against what works for you.
    If their counteroffer works, go with it. If it doesn’t, keep playing let’s make a deal until you come to an agreement that works for both people.
    If they have no interest in finding a win-win, then you back up your boundary and invest your energy with people who are able to meet you.
    But also be careful of cutting things off too soon. If you haven’t set boundaries before and the first time is messy or doesn’t go as smoothly as possible, don’t write off the relationship. Get curious. Talk about it.
    That being said it would be appropriate to cut it off if the other person reacts viciously, attacks your character or is blatantly harmful. That’s a no-go zone.
    What’s your experience with all this?

    1,673 74 16 August, 2019
    How you feel in your own skin powerfully impacts the space between you and your intimate partner. When you feel confident, upbeat, and energized, it’s easy to feel open to connection. You can tap into playful, curious, and optimistic energy and the relationship gets infused with all kinds of good stuff.
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But what about when you’re in the throes of some sort of deeply personal challenge:
* I feel insecure about my career
* I feel critical of my body
* I feel guilty about my parenting * I feel scared about my health
How beautiful that an intimate relationship can provide comfort. Sitting in the muck with someone who loves you can be deeply comforting. When two people carry pain, the load can feel so much lighter.
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But I want to look at something tough else here. It can be really hard to be in a personal crisis AND in an intimate relationship. You know you don’t feel like your normal self... and so does your partner. This awareness can add a layer of shame on top of the knot of self-criticism and self-doubt. This awareness can create a layer of fear that your partner will grow impatient with your funk. But you don’t have a magic wand and you can’t just will your suffering away.
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So what can you do? 
1. Self-compassion. Be gentle af with yourself. Nobody ever shamed themselves out of a funk!
2. Pull in resources other than your intimate partner. Friends, therapy, movement, a great book.
3. Unpack this question with your partner: “What can we do to nurture connection while I’m having a bit of a hard time?” What I love about this question is that you’re naming the issue (“I’m having a hard time”) versus hiding the ball and painting on a smile. You’re also inviting in the possibility that your struggle doesn’t have to take center stage. You can be in pain and worthy of pleasure.
We don’t have to be perfect to be loved. But we do need to be real about the fact that our individual challenges affect our relationships. #lovingbravely

    How you feel in your own skin powerfully impacts the space between you and your intimate partner. When you feel confident, upbeat, and energized, it’s easy to feel open to connection. You can tap into playful, curious, and optimistic energy and the relationship gets infused with all kinds of good stuff.
    —-
    But what about when you’re in the throes of some sort of deeply personal challenge:
    * I feel insecure about my career
    * I feel critical of my body
    * I feel guilty about my parenting * I feel scared about my health
    How beautiful that an intimate relationship can provide comfort. Sitting in the muck with someone who loves you can be deeply comforting. When two people carry pain, the load can feel so much lighter.
    —-
    But I want to look at something tough else here. It can be really hard to be in a personal crisis AND in an intimate relationship. You know you don’t feel like your normal self... and so does your partner. This awareness can add a layer of shame on top of the knot of self-criticism and self-doubt. This awareness can create a layer of fear that your partner will grow impatient with your funk. But you don’t have a magic wand and you can’t just will your suffering away.
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    So what can you do?
    1. Self-compassion. Be gentle af with yourself. Nobody ever shamed themselves out of a funk!
    2. Pull in resources other than your intimate partner. Friends, therapy, movement, a great book.
    3. Unpack this question with your partner: “What can we do to nurture connection while I’m having a bit of a hard time?” What I love about this question is that you’re naming the issue (“I’m having a hard time”) versus hiding the ball and painting on a smile. You’re also inviting in the possibility that your struggle doesn’t have to take center stage. You can be in pain and worthy of pleasure.
    We don’t have to be perfect to be loved. But we do need to be real about the fact that our individual challenges affect our relationships. #lovingbravely

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    587 32 17 August, 2019
    Spoiler alert: It’s actually all of us. 
Your Saturday reminder that people present in all different ways to the world. Sometimes it’s obvious who could use some support and otherwise it’s a bit more hidden. Don’t let the people in your life who are used to holding it together for themselves and others be forgotten about. Check in. Sometimes they’re the ones who have the hardest time asking for that support. 
This is a gentle nudge to pay attention to those in your life, but it’s also an opportunity for anyone out there to look at how they open themselves up (or not) for support and love. Do you give yourself permission to ask? Permission to be vulnerable? Permission to be human and have a need? 
Have you considered the role within your family system growing up and how that plays into how you ask for help or not? Is there room for you? How do you define strength or weakness in this context? Lots to consider this weekend, but for now, send some love below to any human in your life so they know you see them and are here. xx #mindfulmft 
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Upcoming: 
Get The Love You Want — 6 week online course is relaunching in September. We are so excited about it. Sales are not open yet, but pre-registration is. Link in bio to put your name on the list. That is where you will get the $50 off code once we are live. First to know and first to grab your spot. We limit enrollment so that’s the place to be! ———

    Spoiler alert: It’s actually all of us.
    Your Saturday reminder that people present in all different ways to the world. Sometimes it’s obvious who could use some support and otherwise it’s a bit more hidden. Don’t let the people in your life who are used to holding it together for themselves and others be forgotten about. Check in. Sometimes they’re the ones who have the hardest time asking for that support.
    This is a gentle nudge to pay attention to those in your life, but it’s also an opportunity for anyone out there to look at how they open themselves up (or not) for support and love. Do you give yourself permission to ask? Permission to be vulnerable? Permission to be human and have a need?
    Have you considered the role within your family system growing up and how that plays into how you ask for help or not? Is there room for you? How do you define strength or weakness in this context? Lots to consider this weekend, but for now, send some love below to any human in your life so they know you see them and are here. xx #mindfulmft
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    Upcoming:
    Get The Love You Want — 6 week online course is relaunching in September. We are so excited about it. Sales are not open yet, but pre-registration is. Link in bio to put your name on the list. That is where you will get the $50 off code once we are live. First to know and first to grab your spot. We limit enrollment so that’s the place to be! ———

    7,630 65 23 hours ago
    It’s wonderful to (want) to be unconditional. 
There is nothing more precious than to want to offer our partner the best version of our love no matter what they do. 
But we have to be deeply careful here. 
We have to be careful that we don’t try to spiritually bypass our partner or (ourselves) in the process.
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We are still human. 
We can have spiritual experiences.
We can taste moments of unconditional love. 
We can grow our tolerance to get to compassion more quickly and approach our upsets with more kindness.
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But what we absolutely can (NOT) do is override our feelings and our hurts under the guise of unconditional love. 
No functional relationship can exist without boundaries, without healthy and consciously made agreements between two people.
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Be very wary of anyone that tries to bypass your feelings and your hurts. 
Set a boundary with them and explain how that action hurts you. 
Then step back and watch their response.
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If they are not getting it, they simply may not understand. 
But hear me .. it is NOT your job to to help them understand if they continue to dismiss you. 
If they are stuck and want support and you can see that there is a (genuine opening) to understand your boundaries .. then you can choose to proceed more deeply.
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But if you continue to violate your (own) boundaries because they are (not willing) to understand, then you will become an enabler. 
You will end up tolerating behaviors that will ultimately destroy the relationship in the long run. 
You will end up minimizing the importance of (YOU) feeling heard and validated.
And no healthy relationship can ever thrive in that space. 
#coachingwithsilvy

    It’s wonderful to (want) to be unconditional.
    There is nothing more precious than to want to offer our partner the best version of our love no matter what they do.
    But we have to be deeply careful here.
    We have to be careful that we don’t try to spiritually bypass our partner or (ourselves) in the process.
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    We are still human.
    We can have spiritual experiences.
    We can taste moments of unconditional love.
    We can grow our tolerance to get to compassion more quickly and approach our upsets with more kindness.
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    But what we absolutely can (NOT) do is override our feelings and our hurts under the guise of unconditional love.
    No functional relationship can exist without boundaries, without healthy and consciously made agreements between two people.
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    Be very wary of anyone that tries to bypass your feelings and your hurts.
    Set a boundary with them and explain how that action hurts you.
    Then step back and watch their response.
    .
    .
    If they are not getting it, they simply may not understand.
    But hear me .. it is NOT your job to to help them understand if they continue to dismiss you.
    If they are stuck and want support and you can see that there is a (genuine opening) to understand your boundaries .. then you can choose to proceed more deeply.
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    .
    But if you continue to violate your (own) boundaries because they are (not willing) to understand, then you will become an enabler.
    You will end up tolerating behaviors that will ultimately destroy the relationship in the long run.
    You will end up minimizing the importance of (YOU) feeling heard and validated.
    And no healthy relationship can ever thrive in that space.
    #coachingwithsilvy

    10,498 181 16 August, 2019
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    #lovelanguage ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    #growoldwithyou ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    #marriagecounselling ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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    209 7 5 hours ago
    Sometimes the one we thought got away, really didn't. He was just practice for what’s really meant for us. Read more from this piece on the site. ⛓ in our bio. #love #dating #relationships

    Sometimes the one we thought got away, really didn't. He was just practice for what’s really meant for us. Read more from this piece on the site. ⛓ in our bio. #love #dating #relationships

    6,507 104 19 hours ago
    Whether the anxiety stems from work, parenting, finances, physical issues, or even world conditions, You are there, Lord, to shoulder the weight. Teach me to recognize the stressful trials as tools for you to shape me and rearrange me. Through those difficult times, You will teach me patience, enlarge my faith, and help me see things I couldn't see earlier—if I will only let You. When I'm clueless as to what to do, Lord, I want to turn to you first, not last.

Forgive me for trying to handle things on my own, Lord. The need to be in control sometimes gets a stronghold on my life. That only makes things worse. I want to trust You more and see things from Your perspective, not my own. No one makes me feel uptight, angry, or stressed, and no one forces me to react negatively. I choose to respond according to my beliefs. Do I believe You are in control? Do I believe You created all things and hold all things in Your Hand? Do I believe You are truly good? When an anxious thought creeps in, help me to stop and relax, to take that thought captive, and to turn apprehension into a calm prayer for deliverance. Revamp my belief system, Lord. Show me a new way to handle life according to Your Way.

#LoveQuotes #MarriageGoals #LoveNotes #RelationshipQuotes #Kings #Queens  #love #RelationshipGoals #Proverbs31Woman #DearFutureWife #LoveLanguage #HopelessRomantic #Sex #RelationshipAdvice #Dating #DearFutureHusband #VirtuousWoman #God #spiritual #prayer

    Whether the anxiety stems from work, parenting, finances, physical issues, or even world conditions, You are there, Lord, to shoulder the weight. Teach me to recognize the stressful trials as tools for you to shape me and rearrange me. Through those difficult times, You will teach me patience, enlarge my faith, and help me see things I couldn't see earlier—if I will only let You. When I'm clueless as to what to do, Lord, I want to turn to you first, not last.

    Forgive me for trying to handle things on my own, Lord. The need to be in control sometimes gets a stronghold on my life. That only makes things worse. I want to trust You more and see things from Your perspective, not my own. No one makes me feel uptight, angry, or stressed, and no one forces me to react negatively. I choose to respond according to my beliefs. Do I believe You are in control? Do I believe You created all things and hold all things in Your Hand? Do I believe You are truly good? When an anxious thought creeps in, help me to stop and relax, to take that thought captive, and to turn apprehension into a calm prayer for deliverance. Revamp my belief system, Lord. Show me a new way to handle life according to Your Way.

    #LoveQuotes #MarriageGoals #LoveNotes #RelationshipQuotes #Kings #Queens #love #RelationshipGoals #Proverbs31Woman #DearFutureWife #LoveLanguage #HopelessRomantic #Sex #RelationshipAdvice #Dating #DearFutureHusband #VirtuousWoman #God #spiritual #prayer

    2,740 251 3 hours ago
    Gaslighting can take us by storm. Master manipulations, lies, deceit and emotional abuse can wear anyone down. So what’s important to know? 
Well, many things. 
First thing though, is recognizing that arguing with someone who is gaslighting is a losing battle. Your commitment to yourself is so important here. 
Know what you know. No need to argue or defend, just stay grounded in your clarity. Short sentences to show that you’re not abandoning what you know and feel is important. Clear, direct, to the point. 
What they do is not about you, it’s about them. It’s about power, it’s about their weak sense of self and their need to be right through overpowering in order to avoid their insecurity. 
What sentences have helped you in situations? Can anyone add what has kept regulation present? How about when you’re having to stay in contact with an ex where you share a child? Let’s build out these narratives together and help one another. #mindfulmft

    Gaslighting can take us by storm. Master manipulations, lies, deceit and emotional abuse can wear anyone down. So what’s important to know?
    Well, many things.
    First thing though, is recognizing that arguing with someone who is gaslighting is a losing battle. Your commitment to yourself is so important here.
    Know what you know. No need to argue or defend, just stay grounded in your clarity. Short sentences to show that you’re not abandoning what you know and feel is important. Clear, direct, to the point.
    What they do is not about you, it’s about them. It’s about power, it’s about their weak sense of self and their need to be right through overpowering in order to avoid their insecurity.
    What sentences have helped you in situations? Can anyone add what has kept regulation present? How about when you’re having to stay in contact with an ex where you share a child? Let’s build out these narratives together and help one another. #mindfulmft

    13,122 367 15 August, 2019
    One of the best things about being in a healthy relationship is having a supportive spouse who you know has your back. Whether it’s sticking up for you, or always being that rock you can rely on, in a healthy relationship you and your spouse will support each other. Marriage is about choosing to depend on one another.

ALSO INCLUDED: Is an updated workshop schedule. Come spend a weekend with us and bless your marriage.

Follow Trey & Lea at @Stronger_marriages for more marriage tips and humor

    One of the best things about being in a healthy relationship is having a supportive spouse who you know has your back. Whether it’s sticking up for you, or always being that rock you can rely on, in a healthy relationship you and your spouse will support each other. Marriage is about choosing to depend on one another.

    ALSO INCLUDED: Is an updated workshop schedule. Come spend a weekend with us and bless your marriage.

    Follow Trey & Lea at @Stronger_marriages for more marriage tips and humor

    1,652 51 20 hours ago