The Powerful Practice of Accepting Reality | Psychology Today

Facing truths about relationships means noticing how your assumptions or hopes or misinterpretations or blindspots or excuses or jumping to conclusions when no facta are present or …

All this can create confusions, instead of clarity. When we experienced abuse too we add that to the barrel of fears and history and we have even a more difficult time discerning what the facts are about new friendships.

So this article helps take the sting out of change and loss in relationships. Yet consider that sometimes, with all our confusions, we jump to conclusions about others instead of listening, waiting, learning what the facts are. More later, cheers for now Dr. Carol.

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