Ending a relationship instead of resolving issues could prevent growth, or show weakness in self-mastery & emotional intelligence.
- Though the relationship might have to be adjusted based on the trust that is earned or not.
- If others fail, we hopefully can be kind, set wise trust boundaries/verification etc as needed, and work with them to the extent trust truly allows? main
- Every person is a beautiful person, a child of God, of infinite worth! (including you! )
- Just ending it can have great costs: instead of learning & growing, we fail & give up, and miss the lessons, and hurt people (maybe across generations).
- An exception might be if the person is preventing you from functioning as a normal human being and you have to set boundaries (for example, to prevent abuse).
- In other words, if a person refuses to learn, after the right amount of effort, it might be necessary. But *oneself* is the one who usually has to learn...?
- On being able to trust & work with someone at all (when trust matters) main
- Growth/MM: social ("...and man")
- 3 strategies to increase your child's emotional intelligence [or probably, your own]
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