Don’t allow adversity to pull you away from those who are closest to you. It’s not their fault things have happened the way they have. So why are you taking your anger out on them? Now more than ever you should be leaning on each other and helping each other find the strength to endure, improvise, adapt and overcome!
Stress and anxiety can be overwhelming in anyone’s life. But can put extra unnecessary burdens on relationships as well. It can develop an atmosphere of “us against them” or “me against everyone else” which includes those closest to you.
The challenges in life are not created by one person inside a bubble. Everyone of us has a responsibility to the issues in our lives. We made choices, perhaps years ago, that have come into manifestation today. Thus we are equally responsible for the events that land on our path regardless of what someone has or has not done.
Don’t blame someone else who you’ve been close to for your struggles. Take on the shared responsibility and face the issues as a united front. You will find someone to lean on when you need help standing up for another day. Tomorrow you can be there for them when they need propping up.
Respect for each other will keep your love and compassion alive and working together instead of fighting within the ranks and destroying your world at every angle and every turn. It doesn’t matter if your partner is a spouse, family member or your personal relationship with the Divine in your life.
Use your energies to support and heal within, and you will find the strength to endure, the creative innovation to overcome and the wisdom to succeed. Align your energies for the united good of all and you will obtain the peace, security and happiness you deserve.
Remember to put your beliefs into practice: 5 Minute Alignment Meditation – connect to the Divine in your life for strength, insight and the creative energy to overcome any issue you face.
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