Getting To The Point – Tips

What To Know To Open Up Emotionally? As a matter of fact, having a continuous and solid communication in emotionally safe environment is so important in achieving a healthy and loving relationship. This is quite difficult most especially when the other person is not showing signs of depression due to his or her silent behavior. … Continue reading “Getting To The Point – Tips”

What To Know To Open Up Emotionally?

As a matter of fact, having a continuous and solid communication in emotionally safe environment is so important in achieving a healthy and loving relationship. This is quite difficult most especially when the other person is not showing signs of depression due to his or her silent behavior. The good news is that, there are many great ways on how you could nurture a healthy relationship with such individual and encourage them to open up at the same time.

Number 1. Ignore your fear or rejection – it can make you hurt or be angry to have the feeling of being rejected but still, you will be the same person who has the same characteristics and traits. So long as you’re in a loving relationship, it is impossible to be rejected. Letting go of fear and opening up is crucial so by that, the other person will be able to understand you, your feelings and your point of view.

Number 2. Expect to make some mistakes – not just that you’ll make mistakes while in a conversation, but so does the other person. Always keep in mind of the fact that we all have our flaws and this is something that we must accept.

Number 3. Forgive – just like what’s said earlier, we are only humans and no one is perfect so try to know how to forgive other people quickly. When you have been hurt, take the initiative to work out the pain you are feeling and to forgive.

Number 4. Don’t accuse, shame or judge – being able to talk about your state of belief or opinion and issues and allow others to have the same courtesy is one of the quickest ways to open up emotionally. Always remember that judging, shaming or accusing others is one surefire way to deteriorate any conversation you’re making.

Number 5. Communication isn’t a burden but a privilege – it is a privilege and not a burden whenever someone opens up emotionally and share his or her life so listen to things that are causing their depression. They’ve honored and trusted you with their personal information so it’s your responsibility to keep it to yourself.

Number 6. Keep humor – keeping humor close when having communicating is vitally important as it won’t just lighten the tension but also, it helps in keeping both people relaxed and open.

Number 7. Listen intently – listen not just with your ears but with your eyes at the same time. By this, you have to pay attention to the needs of the person you’re talking to and gestures they are making.

If you are talking to someone who is not expressive and not likely show any symptoms of depression, you can use these tips.

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