What is really happening when you are being verbally abused?

What is really happening when you are being verbally abused?

Verbal abuse can occur in different areas, family, partner, work, friends, acquaintances, strangers, etc...

The control they want to exercise is the common denominator in people who abuse verbally, this occurs in all areas. The relationship you are trying to establish is the problem. The irrationality of what is happening is the problem. The entire interactive process that takes place between you and the other person, repeatedly, is the problem.

Are you looking for a new professional career?

Are you looking for a new professional career?

The New Year is traditionally a time to think about personal development and change. This year, with the somewhat bleak economic climate around the world, it may be a good time to take a hard look at your work and decide if you want to make some changes.
But do you need a whole new career?
Current thinking suggests not. Careers are no longer linear or ascending. Instead, they are much more flexible. You may want to try moving sideways, or into a different industry, to see if you find it more rewarding. To do this, it can help to think about five key areas:
Your strengths, which make you stand out from the crowd;

The importance of knowing how to be alone and increasing our resilience.

The importance of knowing how to be alone and increasing our resilience.
In general, people with healthy self-esteem feel happy being alone and also being with people.

On the other hand, there are other people who prefer to be alone because they see in other people many things that they do not like, that they dislike, that irritate them, And really the first step to having healthy relationships is to feel happy with yourself and then have satisfying relationships with other people.
Actions come before motivation, even though it may seem hard to understand.

Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction

Most people want to be romantically involved, it's okay to want to be in a relationship, and it's okay to pursue one. Recognize and accept your desire to be in a relationship, knowing that it is a normal and healthy human desire.

But also, if you know what kind of relationship you want, it's great, but it's not easy. Ask yourself, any type? A satisfying, loving and lasting one? A temporary relationship? The kind you've been to before? Do you feel that you have repeated couple patterns in your history?

The couple commitment

The couple commitment

The couple commitment

Couples can bring different degrees of commitment to their relationship, both present and future. The first step would be the creation of a couple, our mind sometimes tells us that we are individual, independent, but the creation of a couple means that we are two people closely related in almost all aspects of life.

All couples are related to each other, but not all couples are really related. You need to move from just relating to “Being a couple”.

The Key Attitude

The Key Attitude
It is difficult to develop healthy conflict resolution skills without establishing a key attitude that supports each partner in having different needs and desires. The key attitude has three components:
1. Conflict is inevitable between intimates; it's okay to want different things. This is just an acknowledgement that each person has unique needs and that even the closest of companions will have their own likes, preferences, fears and goals.

Couple Therapy: Couple and cause-effect relationship

Couple Therapy: Couple and cause-effect relationship

Couple Therapy: Couple and cause-effect relationship

A cause-and-effect relationship is a relationship in which one event causes another to happen. ... The cause must occur before the effect. Whenever the cause occurs, the effect must also occur. There should be no other factor that can explain the relationship between cause and effect.

Ending Self-sabotage

Ending Self-sabotage

Ending Self-sabotage
Many times what prevents us from having what we want in life is our size, BUT. Pain is inevitable, finally, it touches us all. Suffering, however, is optional. Our, BUT is that comfortable excuse we rest on when we believe that there is nothing more we can do to solve our challenges or achieve our goals or fix our mistakes.

Leaving the comfort zone pays off

Leaving the comfort zone pays off

Leaving the comfort zone pays off

When we talk about leaving the comfort zone, it is very important not to trivialize that context. Leaving the comfort zone is difficult, and the consequences must be weighed, because we are at stake, among other things, personal development or depression, both in different proportions and scales.

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