If we assume the following truth in all our interactions and strategies, we may be able to give up some of the stress and anxiety that we self-inflict on our own lives and the lives of those around us.
There’s absolutely not any hurry. I have all of the time I need.
In fact, we’ve got tons of time in our lives. We have precisely the amount of time we want. Needless to say, the fact is we have just the time we have, no more, no less. But if we trust in our god, in our program, in our higher power, if we’re following our greatest purpose, if we’re living our lives, we’re being given exactly what we want in this moment. And this one. And even this one.What would happen if you were able to unwind and let go of your expectations and aspirations for a couple of minutes and just breathe in the approval of this part of becoming a human being instead of a human doing.I have all of the time I need. I am exactly where I am supposed to be, in this very moment. A can begin from this moment to guide my activities towards my greatest purpose in all my words and actions. I will pause here and love my life and the lives of those around me. As I go forward from this moment, I’m relaxing into the arms of my high power and the”greater plan” that’s above my comprehension. I can attempt to guide my life and run things by my roadmap and time, OR I will go a little bit and permit my spiritual guide to direct me. Listening to my high calling, I will make decisions now based on planning towards my greatest purpose. I can say no to actions and answers that are pointed in advertising adverse direction. Now I will breathe in this fact for a couple of minutes. I’ve got enough time. I’m committed to living my best life. I walk forward from this moment in coping with my religious values and my authentic self. Intentional and Adaptive Negotiation in Love I woke up this morning needing several things. Like Winnie the Pooh, my initial enthusiastic question for the world was,”What’s for breakfast?” And then, of course, my other 40-acres voices came to the scene. Piglet’s voice is concerned about time, money, and getting everything done on our to-do list. Eeyore’s voice appears with some grief about my work schedule and”I wish I did not have to work now. This rain will most likely make destroy everything.” Let us look at how this could play out as a few discusses what to do for breakfast on a Sunday morning? The first partner expresses a desire to go with the flow and permit the other spouse to pick. The next spouse says,”How about we cook something here and spend some time together?” The first partner then revises their first option. “Well, that would work, but I was thinking of heading out as an experience for both of us. As sort of a party of the day together.” The next spouse considers this new information and responds,”That sounds fantastic. Can you like texmex or something different?”In this simple discussion about what we’re going to eat for breakfast this couple reveals their willingness to permit the other partner to direct the direction of this morning. Then, once the decision is different than they expected, and what they really wanted in the first place, they revised their supply. In accepting the shift, the next spouse can”flex” and combine their spouse in their vision of a breakfast out. Did either of the spouses compromise? Did they finally join in their choice?And I will tell you this Sunday discussion and breakfast went really well.The three-point formula for negotiating love relationships: Listen for what your partner is expressing. “Flex” when things are simple and join with your spouse as opportunities arise. In aligning our activities, intentions, and words, we can align with another individual for a couple. In the long term, this is the only way to approach relationships: uncompromising honesty. I invite it. I celebrate your honesty to tell me when things aren’t working out for you. And I promise to do my part to allow you to know what I need, what I want, and what I am flexible about. And as we go forward we can rest assured that the connection has become a priority in our lives and our unique agendas are big enough to contain a partnership.Proceed, listen, and be {} .Always Love, 
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