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It seems to me that my husband condemns me whenever it comes to my attendance at a lecture at the Listen to Your Body Center.


Beside him, I feel like I am not able to reason sensibly. He often calls me naive. What should I do?
Your spouse only expresses what you think of yourself deep down. Have you ever thought that you are not judicious enough? Don't you think that naivety is a manifestation of a character weakness? Do you sometimes blame yourself for being too naive and easy to lead? And your spouse says out loud what you think about yourself, although perhaps you don’t always realize it.
Try to understand how you yourself feel about your naivety and lack of judgment.
After completing this simple introspection, go to your spouse and thank him.
Say that thanks to his remarks, they realized their insecurity and lack of judgment. Say also that, in fact, it doesn’t surprise you that he never took you seriously.
When you manage to gain self-confidence, your spouse’s attitude will naturally change. And this confidence will come when your desire to make excuses or to convince your spouse of the usefulness of the lectures that you attend disappears. You must understand that if you want to attend some lectures, this does not mean that everyone should agree with this and follow your example.
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It seems to me that my husband condemns me whenever it comes to my attendance at a lecture at the Listen to Your Body Center.

  1. When I go out alone or with my girlfriend, my husband always condemns me or pouts me. Sometimes I go out for a walk, and sometimes not. One way or another, I feel out of place. If I go out for a walk, I feel guilty. If I don’t go out for a walk, then I feel miserable. I know that I succumb to guilt, but I can not help myself. What do i do?
    It is clear that your husband only openly expresses what is already happening in you. He is part of you, which says that a good wife should not go out without her spouse. However, there is another part of you that sometimes wants to go out with someone else. Apparently, the first part is stronger and more often wins. Make contact with these two parts in you and ask them to agree and
  2. My husband and son wake up hard in the morning. I have to wake them several times. It ends up screaming them out of bed so that my husband is not late for work and his son goes to school. What should I do in order not to feel responsible for their delay?
    Firstly, this is not your responsibility, and secondly, you need to assign this responsibility to them, telling them that from now on they will be responsible for the consequences of their choice. Currently, they have made the choice to send in the mornings, and you decided to be responsible for the consequences of their choice, fearing what might happen to them. When they themselves have to answer for the consequences of their choice,
  3. When I, the mother of the family, allow the children to take responsibility, I get the feeling that I am an indifferent mother who does not give a damn about her children. I am afraid that they will also judge me when they grow up. What is the reason for this fear?
    First of all, ask your children to give you their definition of indifference. Here is my definition: an indifferent person is a person who does not care about anything, who does not feel anything and who is not touched by others. Do you really consider yourself an indifferent mother? Do you really believe that? Teaching your children to take responsibility is the best gift you can give them.
  4. When I openly tell my husband about my attitude to some of his actions, he listens to me, and then calmly answers that no one has the right to interfere in his personal life, that he is who he is and cannot change.
    He believes that I should not take everything so close to my heart and that I should take care of my well-being myself. How should I be in this situation? Your husband, of course, is right in one thing: this is his personal life and he is not obliged to report to anyone other than himself. On the other hand, I cannot agree with his statement that he cannot change. Everyone can change for the better if
  5. What can I do with myself so that in the foreground I have a husband, not children?
    Now I love them so much that before I think about my husband, I think about them. You demand the impossible from yourself. Inside you there is a conflict between the role of the spouse and the role of the mother. Perhaps you have lost sight of the fact that you are primarily a woman? As for your relationship with your spouse, they are disturbed by the fact that you always have children in the foreground, and not him. Between feelings for children and feelings for her husband should not
  6. I have big difficulties with the concept of responsibility. I was beaten, and I experienced all kinds of hardships. I think I was not always to blame.
    What do you say to that? It follows from your question that you consider yourself guilty. You say to yourself: “I have done nothing wrong; why then did this happen to me? ” Very often people confuse guilt and responsibility. Your responsibility for what happened to you lies in the ability to state that your life was not easy, and, most importantly, in understanding that everything
  7. I believe that giving birth to children is a big responsibility. It can even be called a lifetime contract. When I think I can hurt them, I feel bad. What do I need to do to think differently?
    Change your beliefs. Firstly, when you decide to have a baby, you should not think that you are responsible for his happiness. Your first motivation should be the desire to enable the soul to return in order to be embodied. It is a gift of self. Then, to continue your growth, you must learn to love this soul that has chosen you. Having a baby is
  8. I would like to know what I can learn from my mother. It makes me experience emotions - in the sense that it always contradicts me. She is negatively inclined and always says that I will not be able to achieve success in the business I have begun.
    Judging by your question, I see that you blame your mother for your own emotions. I emphasize once again that a person cannot be held responsible for anyone's emotions. Only you are responsible for your emotions, that is, for your reaction to the words or deeds of your mother. You may not agree with what she tells you, but it’s important that you feel that she is acting like her
  9. I am almost sure that my husband is cheating on me.
    More than once I found various things in the bedroom that did not belong to me; I accidentally heard suspicious phone calls. Statements or facts confirming my suspicions are even transmitted to me. I may be mistaken, but I intend to tell my husband that I know everything. But still it seems to me that first I must convict him of a lie, and then blame him. Naturally, he will be me again
  10. I always keep my promises, and it’s very difficult for me to come to terms with the fact that others do not keep their word.
    This often happens: my children promise to clean up after themselves and leave home without doing this; or my husband promises to go shopping instead of me and forgets to do it. I often find myself in a situation where others do not keep my word. Why is this happening to me? You say that you always keep your promises. Maybe there are times when you don’t do it, but don’t realize it.
  11. My husband reproaches me for living in the past.
    And I believe that I reveal myself to him, my self-awareness. He himself never shows what is in his soul. When he reproaches me, I suffer from emotions, but I can’t explain what is happening to me. I came to the conclusion that it is better not to open to him. Does this mean that I do not respect myself enough or am not confident in myself? Your spouse obviously mixes two concepts: build on past experience and
  12. It’s hard for me to accept the idea that we choose our parents. I read about this in your first book and I must admit to you that I still can’t understand this. I am an adopted child and I always want to see my real mother. Why did I choose a mother who decided to leave me?
    To learn to love despite being abandoned. Since we always reap what we sow, an abandoned child is usually a soul who somehow abandoned her child in her previous life. Apparently, this is your case. Forgiving your biological mother that she left you, you automatically forgive yourself. To do this, you need an open heart, a lot
  13. It seems to me that not many couples manage to maintain true love after several years of married life.
    Why is it so difficult to maintain normal intimate relationships for a long time? The main thing that prevents true love is the dominance of the mind over man. Reason is our ability to accumulate knowledge. From a young age, from our own experience, we learn to love the owner’s love, hoping to get something in return. We ourselves experienced this feeling and saw it in the relationship of parents
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