Barriers that keeps us not change (part 2)

Barriers that keeps us not change (part 1)
November 4, 2017
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Barriers that keeps us not change (part 2)

Continuation of “Barriers that keeps us not change (part 1)”

Addiction, another problem of ours is likely to have its origins in the family from we come from. Parents, brothers, grandparents, from exaggerated care forget to prepare us for life and wake up at some point without their protection. Panic installs, paralyzes all our senses and we do not know how to behave, how to react to the slightest problem. Unintentionally, we have created a mental disability that only becomes aware when we become aware, we can correct it. How? Assuming the responsibility of our actions and thoughts. It’s possible to be wrong, but it’s our mistakes that it would be smart to always learn something.
Non-acceptance of criticism – when we vehemently support our newer or older ideas, without admitting that there are better variants or different opinions Criticism is also a form of communication. To make it constructive, we should not be in immediate reaction. When the other’s ideas are not in agreement with yours, you’d better listen with calm and patience and reflect on what you were told. Different views may sometimes be auspicious, so do not be refractory and try to keep a proper language throughout the dialogue. Always thank your interlocutor for the honesty, hopefully, with which he expressed his opinion.
Taboos are issues that it can not be always discussed and this way it can never be resolved.
The subjects you are afraid or shame to discuss, the embarrassing situations you find at a certain moment are a difficulty you need to do your courage to talk about. Whether you have a conversation with your best friend, or you decide to see a specialty, you do not have to quit, because these things are not solved either by themselves or by time. On the contrary, as you may know, they get worse.
Emotions, the barrier to communication. What may be worse than wanting to talk, have an interlocutor, and yet do not feel free to express your feelings, ideas, frustrations, maybe even the joys. Anger, pride, anxiety, depression are also examples of emotional barriers that prevent us from communicating effectively. When you are struck by such living, you should be courageous and talk about them without fear of being judged. Everything has a solution, the condition is to identify the cause.

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