The People Closest To Us Are Those We Hurt The Most

Updated: Apr 14, 2021

When we get hurt, we often put up walls to prevent it from happening again.

We communicate from a place of defensiveness and protectiveness, rather than allowing those around us to see our vulnerability and humanness, which is what makes us relatable and lovable in the first place.

Most of us are harboring unhealed wounds from the past which negatively impact our ability to connect with those around us and to feel real joy.

Our triggers usually originate from past events and childhood memories which might not have anything to do with the current people in our lives.

Rather than carry around these old triggers, we can release them and move forward in our lives without feeling unnecessary negative emotions from the past.

We can join together and fight the common enemies of disconnection and hurt, and break the perpetual cycle of unconsciously hurting those around us due to us feeling hurt ourselves.

You can't change the past, but you can break free of its control.

If you want to gain insight on how you can release yourself from the influence of past events, and live a happier and more aligned life with yourself and those around you, reach out and connect with me for a free 45minute discovery session.

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