Here are some questions to ask yourself about when you think about emotional honesty and dishonesty?
To become emotionally honest I need to also be humble and responsible. Futhermore, I cannot be in any one of these three place (honest, humble, or responsible) without also choosing all three simultaneously. They are indivisible. Moreover, for this post I want to specifically hone in on emotional honesty.
What would it mean to you if these statements were true?
What would you be willing to do to test these propositions?
Self-Love & Self-Care
The concept of self-care is foreign to many. In this busy world of responsibilities of family, work, school, and the external demands of being “connected” through technology (social media, email, texting, blogging, tweeting, etc.), many of us struggle to care for the one person whom we need to connect to, and whom only we can care for … ourselves. We oftentimes overlook our own physical, nutritional, spiritual, emotional, financial, social and other needs, which disconnects us from ourselves. Not caring or being responsible for our own needs (being disconnected from self) creates a propensity for addictions of all kinds, distorted expectations & perceptions, co-dependency, fear, drama, anger reactions, and entitlements. When you experience these outcomes of disconnection (co-dependency), Co-dependency means being dependent on another person or item to “make me okay” or to fulfill and/or complete me.
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