Taking personal responsibility in your relationships is a powerful reminder that you have some control in them. It helps to heal your shame and creates trust and dependability. All of which is really important for emotional intimacy in your relationships.
No one is perfect.
That means everyone makes mistakes in relationships and of course it is sometimes really hard to see your part in them. But digging into the work of healing your shame coupled with ownership of your life, the vulnerability to see your part in the problem leads to solutions and deeper connection.
This doesn’t mean you accept all blame that is slung your way, of course not.
Blame from others is a form of anger and deflection of their parts. But carefully listening to what is being said and then running it through your own filter of self awareness and accountability will allow you to see your part in situations.
Where you weren’t totally honest. Maybe you were building walls because of fear of rejection or you didn’t speak up for your needs honestly.
Here are 5 Ways You Can Take Personal Responsibility In Your Relationships.
All of us are in relationships of some kind and when we learn to take responsibility for our own lives it deeply affects them.