In this episode, we will be talking about how as females, we can develop better relationships and the steps we all need to take in order to restore broken friendships.
Yes, you can quote our “Pearls of Wisdom”
Its okay to allow other people to love you that aren’t biologically connected to you. – ALICIA HUNTER
So many people are so selfish with themselves, they hold back the best of themselves because they are trying to be protective somewhere along the way. – CECELIA GREENEBARR
So many people are so selfish with themselves, they hold back the best of themselves because they are trying to be protective somewhere along the way. They have been hurt so they are only going to give a smidgen of themselves to someone so therefore people don’t want to share because they recognize that scarcity and that scarcity of love and attention.
Love and time heals all wounds and sometimes you just have to step back and give it time. – ALICIA HUNTER
Its what happens in the passing of time that determines if the passing of time was valuable or wasted. – CECELIA GREENEBARR
the passing of time doesn’t heal anything because what was at the core that created the situation is never addressed but if in the passing of time, people begin to look at what they did, to create the core of the issue and start working on that instead of just constantly pointing fingers at the other party, then when there is a coming together, the coming together is better because they recognize what they did wrong. its what happens in the passing of time that determines if the passing of time was valuable or wasted.
As females, we have the capacity to be better towards one another. – CECELIA GREENEBARR
It is more important to love one another and to respect one another. – ALICIA HUNTER
A lot of these falling out sometimes have to do with you are not agreeing to them and what they are saying and you are not going to agree on everything but at the end of the day, it is more important to love one another and to respect one another and sometimes you will just have to agree to disagree.
True friendships can be reconciled. – CECELIA GREENEBARR
if you find yourself in a situation where you have sets of friends who don’t really want to be in each other’s presence around you because they don’t want to share you or if you are in a situation where you and one of your BFFs had a falling out, our hope today is that true friendships can be reconciled.
Call To Action:
Let the work begin with in you. First just kind of roam around your memory, not looking for what your BFF did but look at what you did, how did you contribute to the fall out. Do a walk around in your own headspace. Figure out where were you emotionally, mentally and physically. Evaluate where you were and it is for the purposes of identifying if you were really the contributing agent to the fall out. That is what we are looking for and if you were, take responsibility for that. Start working on correcting that element of what you discovered and then when the timing and the opportunity is correct, reconciliation will happen but in that moment of reconciliation, that is when it is time for you to step to the table and say “Listen, I know what was happening with me that contributed to this, I apologize for my part. I am not in that same place anymore and I want my friend back”.
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