155: You Can Either Be Right or In Love
“You can either be right or I can be in love.” - Guy & Ilan Ferdman
In theory, relationships should be effortless.
When two people unconditionally love each other, there are no moments of setback because love conquers all.
But we all know this isn’t the reality. The obstacles and hurdles of life often face us with great force, and our anxiety gets the best of us.
That’s why on today’s episode of Personal Development Without The Fluff, we are discussing how to save our relationships. During the most difficult times, it’s easy to lose sight of our commitments and fall into the trap of ego.
Tune in to this conversation to learn how to defend against the internal explosion of anxiety, so you can stay with what’s important.
The Cliff Notes:
- Catch the energies inside your body before they lead to thoughts
- Relationships are a commitment to love, connection, and intimacy
- Relieve headache by understanding that everyone’s point-of-view is valid
- Tap into compassion by trying to understand the perspective of those around you
- Seek out the uncomfortable conversations where you can own up to your mistakes
- Reframe your relationships by understanding the hurdles that were required to go through
- Realize that the incident is a highlighter for a much deeper, more meaningful issue
- Ego is driven by protectors we create during childhood