What is Validation?
Remember that you are responsible for yourself and that you cannot force another to provide you with validation. That is why it is important to 1) have a connection with God and receive validation from that relationship, 2) validate yourself, and 3) find safe, validating, and connected people.
Truths About Validation:
This video shows the power and impact of validation. Enjoy and apply!
As you can see from the video above a great way to validate is to provide truthful compliments to people.
Another powerful way to validate is to be curious about another person, their experiences, and their emotions. Showing others that you care about their life is a great way to validate. An easy way to do that is to ask questions and make validating statements.
Examples of Validating Statements:
How are you validating? How are you invalidating? What do your relationships think and how to they feel around you? How do you feel around them?
Always ask yourself how you can improve and how you can choose to receive more validation, both are your responsibility.
Stay connected my friends.