what expectations do you have in relationships?
relationship to yourself, your beloved, your children, God/Universe/all that is, team, life, work, money, time…
it is your responsibility to make sure the other person in your relationship knows your expectations.
so many hurts and frustrations are because our expectations are not met.
“Frustration is a function of our expectations, and our expectations are often a reflection of the social mirror rather than our own values and priorities.”
~ Stephen Covey
do you know what your expectations are? do you share your expectations?
tell your expectations to the other in your relationship. it is loving yourself and loving the other person (or part of the relationship) to know and share your expectations.
sharing your expectations is vulnerable, it is showing and building trust, it is letting the other person know how much the relationship means to you. sharing expectations shows that you value the relationship and its growth.
what expectations do you have? what expectations do you need to share?
live your truth!