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Dairy of Silent Heart Taking Charge of Your Responses in Close Relationships

By AbysVora | AbysVora | 30 Apr 2023


Sometimes positive emotions are generated and sometimes negative. 🉐On the one hand, 🉐joy, 🉐love and 🉐happiness is generated on being with them; 🉐but then ☣️attachment, ☣️dependency and ☣️expectations are also generated. In such situations, you are ☣️more focused on others and are always looking at the other person's ☣️behavior, ☣️you stop seeing yourself and being aware of your reactions and taking the responsibility for the responses that you create. You get 🙄frustrated when the other person does not meet your ☣️expectations. As you depend on them, if they don't act as you would like, if they don't reach home or call you at the time you would like; all this frustrates you. You radiate this energy to the other: "they are not doing what they should be doing" and so you feel frustrated and discontented. ☣️All the while that you hold the other one responsible for your ☣️frustration, you are not in charge of ☣️your own reactions, because you have given power to the other to ☣️dominate your emotional world. It is there that you lose your freedom. You lose your freedom because you give to the other, in the name of ☣️love, power over your own moods. You allow the other's energy to enter your inner world and cause inside you frustration, bad moods, irritation, sorrow and a mental and emotional dependence where you are constantly thinking about where they are, what they have to do, what they have to say, where they have to go, and all this consumes a lot of your mental energy. Wanting to control the other and the frustration that it brings with it uses up a lot of emotional energy.

In relationships, a range of emotions can arise, including positive and negative ones. Being with someone can generate joy, love, and happiness, but it can also result in attachment, dependency, and expectations. In such situations, you may become more focused on the other person's behavior, losing sight of yourself and your reactions. This can lead to frustration when the other person fails to meet your expectations, causing you to radiate negative energy and feel discontented.

Blaming the other person for your frustration prevents you from taking responsibility for your own reactions, giving them power over your emotional state. This loss of control can result in a mental and emotional dependence, as you constantly think about the other person's whereabouts and actions, consuming a great deal of your mental energy. The desire to control the other person and the resulting frustration can be emotionally draining.

It's important to be aware of your emotions and take responsibility for your reactions, rather than giving power to others. This can help you maintain your freedom and avoid becoming mentally and emotionally dependent on others.


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