Family Bites…Causes the Dust

Recently, on a new contract, we had to deal with difficult situations.  Interesting how all those situation are derived from dealing with difficult people.  Situations caused by those that are incompetent in their jobs, or have little EQ when dealing with others, or they have no clue how to deal with their own difficult situations and lash out at others… making the entire environment that much more difficult.

However, sometimes what makes work difficult for us is how we deal with the pain caused at home or among our family.  Recently, we read an article from Natalie at Mind Movies, (http://www.mindmovies.com/) and though we would share it with you.  Food for thought…

…”We all have to deal with difficult people at some point in our lives… but what can be the most challenging is learning how to deal with negative energy from one of our closest family members.

At times, it may not be easy to achieve a balance between a sense of compassion without being dragged into their negativity, which is why I’d like to share with you 5 simple tips for dealing with a negative family member.

Tip 1. Accept Them For Who They Are.
It may not be easy to offer compassion to someone you feel resentment towards, but trying to understand their feelings and ultimately accepting them for who they are, will help you feel better when you’re around them.

Tip 2. Create Positive Boundaries.
Make sure you’re giving them enough space and that you set your own boundaries by staying positive or neutral. Visualizing a protective energy around yourself will also help you feel stronger, if you can’t put distance between you and your family member.

Tip 3. Be Aware Of Your Need To Control.
You can’t control other people’s negativity or opinions, so resist the urge to argue if your family member triggers a negative energy inside of you. Your job is not to fix everyone’s problems, so instead of being a part of the problem by feeding it with more emotions, disengage by remaining calm and letting yourself be a witness, not a participant.

Tip 4. Learn From Them.
There’s always something to learn from any situation, and negative family members can be great spiritual teachers as they can help to show you what you’re holding on to. So don’t waste the opportunity to learn from these situations.

Tip 5. Nurture Yourself.
This may be the most important tip of all. Remember that by nurturing yourself and your self-confidence, YOU will become stronger!

Tap into your compassion to find inner peace and don’t forget to foster the relationships that lift you up and bring you the most happiness in your life!…

Thank you Natalie @ Mind Movies for such intelligent words and in your quest for perfection through the Laws of Attraction, let it be know that perfection is attained through the search for perfection itself.  We have met our perfect people, but they are really only perfect for us.

We Wish You Peace,
M302

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