Both healthy and unhealthy relationships are sustained by thoughts, beliefs, words and practices. Both are watered and fed by consistency. Whether healthy or unhealthy, what are you contributing to your relationships? ~Life Through The Storm All rights reserved/Stormie Steele c 2017
One of life’s most rewarding treasures-practicing that which develops the entity called “us” to live in one accord. Nothing or no one comes between that sacred space/place except God. Otherwise, that which is called “us” becomes jeopardized. *The aforementioned in no wise condones situations of isolation-aka abuse, or a genuine need to consult counsel. Live [...]
Both healthy and unhealthy relationships are sustained by our contributions. It behooves us to be aware of our investments. ~Life Through The Storm
Abuse is not an option...Stormie All rights reserved/Life Through The Storm 2017
It goes without saying - whenever we operate from a perspective of worthlessness, lacking in self-love (self-acceptance) - we're bound to encounter personal and relational dysfunction. ~Storm Image by Eye of Storm
An apology is one of the ways that we bring honor & respect to our relationships. It is an acknowledgment of our offenses (intentional or unintentional) , both are an inevitable occurrence as we interact with others. To overlook or disregard the harm that we’ve caused, is nothing short of disrespect. The building of healthy [...]
The ritual of healthy and unhealthy living exists as long as the individual (s) of such permits its stay. ~Life Through The Storm "Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit." ~Proverbs 18:21 (NKJV) Eye of Storm All rights reserved/2015
Healthy relationships are the consistencies of our intents and efforts – sustained by our attentiveness and commitment. Healthy relationships are neither easy, nor do they just happen. Compatibility plays it part; yet, it alone can not sustain the health of a relationship.
Healthy relationships are the results of individuals who have chosen to live conscious and responsible lives. We each bring our share of stuff…requiring personal accountability.
We each offer a world of unique differences. In healthy relationships, we learn to respect those differences. In part, it is the regard for those differences that create the needed structure for relational balance – mere tolerance is not enough. Numerous lessons are stored in the uniqueness of our differences.
Healthy relating means that we are committed to change as it encourages personal and spiritual growth. We partner in the creation of healthy relationships, offering both our strengths and weaknesses. In…
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One of the ways that we keep dysfunction out of our lives is to examine the patterns within ourselves that have a tendency to cater to such. What does that mean? It means that it behooves us to work through the issues that cause us to misinterpret who we are. We alone are responsible to [...]
As we permit life and our experiences to teach us more about love & of the invaluableness of our self-worth, we learn how significant it is to retain our separateness within all of our relationships. Experiencing union with others can be wonderful, yet - not at the expense of losing oneself. Your separateness & mine [...]