When You Don't Need To Move On

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Any relationship — romantic, friends, colleagues — where clear communication is not prioritized will turn toxic.

And instead of recognizing this, we’ll instead find a million reasons to justify blaming the other for not meeting our non-communicated expectations.

There’s a lot of advice on Pinterest and the like these days telling us to just move on if a relationship isn’t exactly the way we want it to be. In some cases this advice is necessary and true. Most of the time though, we just need to do the oft-neglected work of deep listening and communicating. This work is worth it.

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