Do you feel you express your true self in your relationships or is there someone you been avoiding a difficult conversation with?
If you answered “yes” then you will definitely want to check out this week’s video!
The reality is that most people don't feel understood in their most important relationships...
In Radical Honesty, Brad Blanton talks about uncovering the little white lies and assumptions you make that chip away at your truth by avoiding the difficult conversations and covering things up rather than speaking your truth. This slowly numbs and deadens your joy and vibrancy you experience in your relationships and life…
Think of one person in your life (whether it’s your significant other, parent, sibling, business partner, friend) that you haven’t been completely expressing your real thoughts, feelings, needs and ambitions to?
1. Recognize the blame, judgment, criticism and manipulations Taking responsibility meant means you no longer blame anything outside circumstances, or other people or past events for the conditions of your life right now. Every time you blame something outside yourself, you give your power away.
2. Set a new intention Express your truthHave that vision of what you would want your future relationship with this person to look and feel like. Set a new intention of how you show up in this relationship. Remember, anytime someone blames, judges, criticizes you, it’s because they’re feeling scared and insecure. Their reaction is not about you.
3. Express your truth Yes, this is the hardest part and can suck, but therein lies the gift! Unleashing all the resentments as well as everything you appreciate about the person opens up the dialogue of your truth. This is where you expose your vulnerabilities. No more burying, stuffing and numbing. It all comes out here and now!
Always keep radiating your beautiful light to the world living life with passion, purpose and meaning.
With Love and Belief in YOU,
“Language has the power to evoke the being of hum beings and rescue them from their own minds. Skill in the use of this kind of language develops through practice of telling the truth. The clearer I am willing to be about myself, the more clearly I can see others and the more clearly I can speak to them. You too." – Radical Honesty