Why is it that when it comes to communicating in relationships, it seems so clear that if the other person would simply change their behavior, everything would be all right? Why are they so blind to what they are doing “wrong”, and causing us to become upset?
If you have wondered these or similar questions about the person you are in a relationship with, this video with Aaidil Palkhivala is a must see. He makes it clear that when we point a finger at the other person, we have three fingers (from our own hand) pointing back at us.
That is a clear indication (at least to me) that the place to begin is not with the other person but with me. The most powerful and profound change I can have on the other person and the relationship comes when I am able to change the way I am inside of myself when my partner exhibits behviour that I may not care for.
Watch and enjoy this video with Aadil Palkhivala, I think it will change the way you look at communicating in relationships for the better. After you view the video, I would love to receive your feedback and comments below, as well as to have you share this video with others.[jwplayer config="SOLBlog" mediaid="697"]