The 1st of a 6 part blog on Unconditional Love
The writer’s focus is on Unconditional Love in the Parent child relationship but these questions and statements can apply to all our relationships.
Our ideas of what’s loving when looked at closely are really fear in disguise.
How often in an intimate relationship have you felt responsible to ‘fix’ your partners bad mood? Or have you felt guilty because you’ve made a mistake and your friends angry with you? These are all examples of Conditional Love for ourselves and for others.
Read on to start to understand what Unconditionally Loving means. Find out how you can shift your thoughts.
Free yourself and those around you from the Conditions you’ve unknowingly been setting.
From the Choose Again Blog
How we love and the conditions we have around it are driven by what we’ve learned. Help you and your partner reconnect with this easy and helpful exercise
Liz Coleman, RTC, is a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor based in Surrey, BC. She specializes in anxiety, anger, insecurity, and relationship problems. If you have any questions about this article or would like to schedule an appointment, please call Ms. Coleman at (604) 809-8947 or use the convenient form on her Contact page.