Pain Points in Relationships

How many failed relationships have you had? Are you afraid you’re going to end up alone?

Do you more often than not feel alone even in the company of your partner? Or, are you afraid of opening up because they’ll see the real you and if they see the real you they might not like what they see?

Are you afraid of getting too close ? If you allow someone in you might lose them, they might leave you, abandon you?

Most people’s pain points in relationship coaching revolve around one or all of the above. If this resonates, relax you’re not the only one. Every human being on the planet has some fear related to the above.

In more professional terms peoples pain points can be translated into the following:

  • Fear of abandonment
  • Fear of being seen
  • Fear of intimacy
  • Fear of being judged

Others struggle with effective communication, they feel they can’t get through, they aren’t understood, there’s confusion of who’s to blame, me or him?

Moving through our pain points can be difficult especially within a relationship but with support things become more manageable and less scary, less overwhelming. Through connection we develop trust and with trust we are able to build healthier relationships.

If the above mentioned are pain points, what do you think are the opposites of pain points?

The opposite of your pain points is the solution!

The solution to your pain points !

  • Fear of abandonment – Coming from a place of wholeness that gets you aligned to who you truly are. Connecting to your authentic self leads you to finding your purpose, financial independence, finding your soulmate.
  • Fear of being seen – Self Love & Self Acceptance
  • Fear of Intimacy – Allowing ourselves to be vulnerableBrene Brown‘s description of this process is the best I’ve heard.
  • Fear of being judged – Self Love & Self Acceptance – Enhancing self esteem and self worth.

What are your pain points in relationships?

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