“We are continually faced with great opportunities which are brilliantly disguised as unsolvable problems.” – Margaret Mead
If we’re suffering in a relationship, we need to clearly know what is NOT working before we can move into constructive action. It is important to examine and ask yourself what is not working well in your relationship. You also need to identify the challenge(s) that you want to resolve.
You may have already pondered this as you set your intention. If so, that’s fine. But you must need to be as specific as possible. Reviewing your thinking again can be very helpful.
You can write down the problems as you see them. You might also ask the other(s) in your relationship to answer this question. This can be very revealing!
“Bless those who challenge us to grow, to stretch … Bless those who challenge us for they remind us of doors we have closed and doors we have yet to open.” – Navajo saying
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