Unresolved frustration breeds bitterness, and resentment, and loneliness, and disconnection .... And and and and nothing good!! When we are frustrated with our partners it is easy for this to escalate into negative thoughts about them as people, incorrect assumptions and unkind labels such as “you are so selfish”! I have found generalised superlatives such a “you always” and “you never” wedge a big space between us. Invariably one of us will be on the attack and the other on
Expectation has been referred to as The Silent Killer of all relationships.
I have an expectation that after a long week of feeling like passing ships in the night with our busy work schedules, that a full weekend spent together will be my reward. But in reality weekends are just as busy, sometimes with more work and other times with life that you couldn’t get to in the week and these keep us from spending the amount of time together we would like to.
I admit that in that
Be rooted and grounded in Love Ephesians 3:17 I didn’t find my name, it found me. It is spoken over me, and all of us: we are rooted in love, the deeper our roots, the deeper our experience of love. But sometimes our roots rot, and we lose touch with what it is to be Loved, and to be loveable. Rooted in Love reflects my commitment to one of my core values: Love. I believe where there is, or at least was, Love, there is Hope. I wanted the name to reflect my Love for what I do,