Welcome to Part 2!

Welcome Back!

So how did you enjoy part 1 of The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship?  Did you have any lightbulb moments?  Any Relationship Ah-has?

How have you got on with increasing your awareness? Have you noticed anything in particular which you think might help you to make the shifts you want to create?

Well today, we’re taking that awareness, and building on it, because awareness is a great start, but there’s more to it if you want to REALLY see the changes taking place.

So enjoy part 2 of this 5 part video mini-series, and please take a moment after to share your thoughts in the comments below…

6 replies
  1. Michael Taylor
    Michael Taylor says:

    A great clip and letting go of a past is a huge step whether it is a small or big thing. The hardest of letting go the past was the process realigning my own thoughts to ensure I didn’t fall back in the same hole.

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  2. Mala
    Mala says:

    I love the analogy of the colours and making a change for the relationship to work. I have recently made that change to leave the past in the past and still working on some aspects of it in order to move forward and so far it is working
    Thank You Claire this is great 🙂

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    • Claire
      Claire says:

      You’re welcome Mala – I’m delighted that the analogy of the colours helped, and I’m please to hear that the changes you are making are working for you 🙂

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  3. Jim
    Jim says:

    There was an Aha! The need to not just leave the past behind (lessons learned), but to take the learning from the past (the doing part) and to not repeat it in the future. There are many examples of “repeating the same things over and over, and getting the same results”, or “letting history repeat itself”. Still, it is not about changing who you are, but changing how you set your priorities and/or the outlook of how you want the future to be. This change can make the overlapping subset the “color” or change that works best, or is needed to make the relationship thrive.

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    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Wonderfully put Jim. I always say, “Take the lessons forward, while leaving the emotional baggage behind” (after all it’ll only weigh you down on your journey!) I’m a big believer of shifting the focus from change to growth, change implies that there’s something wrong with what’s already there, whereas growth is about acknowledging that what’s there is a good foundation to take you to the next step on the journey to where (or who!) you desire to be 🙂

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