Have you ever wanted to speak up for something you needed and felt stuck?
Did you want to say how you were feeling, but felt like you couldn't?
Your struggle with speaking up for your needs must be addressed today. You don't have the luxury of going another day without getting your needs met. If you continue to avoid discussing your needs, you'll continue to feel unhappy, which can lead to resentment.
I know that sharing your needs can be scary because it is forcing you to be vulnerable. What if you tell someone what you need and they don't care? What if you share your needs and they don't meet it? This can lead you to have to make a decision about your relationship with them. Here are five reasons why you need to speak up for your needs immediately.
Do you ever wonder why some people in your life have no problem setting boundaries, and you do? Do you ever think if your life would be different if you created healthy boundaries?
If boundaries were comfortable for us to create, then the majority of humans would have healthy relationships. Since this isn't the case, we must look at our ability or difficulty setting boundaries with the people in our lives.
I'll share with you why you need to care about boundaries, what they are, how to create them, and why you need to excel at them.
It’s easier to see issues in other people’s relationships versus looking at your own. How much heartache would you save yourself if you were able to identify if your relationship is toxic now versus later?
If you are ready to evaluate your relationship, then keep reading. Save yourself by recognizing if your relationship isn’t healthy by any of these five signs.
If you are a reflection of the type of people you surround yourself with, what does that say about you? The kind of person you allow to be in your life whether it’s a friendship or relationship says a lot about you.
You are judged by the type of people you are around. Before you say that you don’t care what others think about you, stop and ask yourself if you care who is in your life.
Think about your inner circle. This is the five closest people in your life. They are the ones you spend the most time with, confide in, and reach out to for support. Here are three questions to ask yourself about your inner circle.
I was fortunate to grow up in a home where communication was valued. I know how lucky and blessed I am to have been given this gift. My parent’s ability to communicate with me and one another wasn’t perfect, but it provided me with a template for future relationships.