Did you miss the Radio Show last night? Here is the replay on “Unsafe People for Relationships.” Listen in! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/minister-gingerlondon/2014/02/21/unsafe-people-for-relaltionships
LIVE NOW! – “Unsafe People For Relationships” Radio Show at 7:30PM CST Tonight.
The wounds inflicted by an “unsafe” person can go deep. Intimacy with one wrong person can destroy you forever. To Listen by Phone call (646) 929-2431. To Listen by Internet use this link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/minister-gingerlondon/2014/02/21/unsafe-people-for-relaltionships
“Unsafe People For Relationships” Radio Show at 7:30PM CST Tonight.
The wounds inflicted by an “unsafe” person can go deep. Intimacy with one wrong person can destroy you forever. When God wants to bless you, He puts a person in your life, when satan wants to destroy you, he puts a person in your life. There are 4 kinds of people Satan will use to distract you, demoralize you and discourage you. To Listen by Phone call (646) 929-2431 .
To Listen by Internet use this link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/minister-gingerlondon/2014/02/21/unsafe-people-for-relaltionships
Please keep my family in prayer. Today at 11am CST we will be Celebrating the Life of my uncle, Henry London, Sr. and laying his body to rest. Thank you for your prayers. http://ow.ly/i/4BQCy
My family has lost one the Patriarchs of the family – my Uncle Henry London. He went home to be with the Lord during the early morning hours today. He was 94 years old. As we celebrate Black History Month, I must mention that along with his brothers (Harold London and Warren London (my late father)) the first bus line of transportation to get Black People to places they needed to go was started in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Scotlandville area). It progressed into the London’s Cab Services and London’s Café. I had the blessed opportunity to speak with Uncle Henry on yesterday for about one hour. I will MISS HIM DEARLY. I love my family. Be strong family. Keep the faith. Please keep us in your prayers. Thank you. http://ow.ly/i/4zosf
New relationships usually spark excitement because they provide a brand new angle on life for you to take advantage of.
Your natural curiosity as a human being makes you anxious to see just what this new relationship is all about. As thrilling as this may be, however, new relationships also invariably bring along new stresses.
Use these tips to reduce that stress:
1. Remember to embrace the real you. Try not to alter your actions, behaviors or beliefs to fall in line with expectations of the other person. The pressure to please others can be great, especially if you want the relationship to work, but avoid compromising who you really are. Such compromises can cause a great deal of unnecessary stress.
- Be true to yourself. If that isn’t what the other person is looking for, move on.
- Know that you’re fabulous just as you are and avoid allowing the other person’s opinion of you to force you to try to change.
2. Be honest about your feelings. Your feelings are true to who you are, and you should always try to stand behind them. Being honest about your feelings is the best way to start a trend of being honest in a relationship. The more upfront you are about how you feel, the more respect you’ll get from the other person, and the less stressful you’ll feel.
- If you don’t like when something is done in a particular way, just say it. Both of you will either agree to disagree, or decide there’s no room for compromise or meeting halfway.
- If the person’s actions make you happy, say it. That’s the best way to provide reassurance that things are going smoothly.
3. Let things flow naturally. Try not to force the relationship into new stages before it is ready. Just enjoying getting to know each other and letting the relationship build at its own speed is the stress-free way to progress.
4. Take the time to get to know the person. It’s important that as you spend time together, you make the effort to truly know the person you’re with. What are their likes and dislikes? What makes them happy or upset? What are their beliefs? How compatible are both of you, really?
- Simply wondering about these important matters can cause undue stress, so find out what your inquiring mind wants to know!
5. Be optimistic. Going into a new relationship with a positive outlook, instead of telling yourself that it’s probably not going to work out, keeps you from stressing yourself out about the whole situation. Also, it enables you to focus on (and enjoy) what’s good about the relationship rather than agonizing over every detail.
Your ultimate objective is to build relationships with others that truly work. Of course, there will be times when things don’t go as you would like them to, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be corrected along the way.
The stress of a new relationship doesn’t have to be a burden. Instead, use these tips to reduce your new relationship stress and build a stronger bond as well.
All my relationships are loving and harmonious.
I have such wonderful relationships. I understand that the key to harmony is communication, so I make it a point to communicate effectively and compassionately with everyone I know. I only enter into relationships that are healthy and beneficial to me.
My relationships are full of love because I have caring people in my life. I show my love toward them, too. I have a genuine interest in others and want them to be happy.
At work, I remain professional, but I reach out to others. My clients, co-workers, and boss know that they can trust me. I feel comfortable with all of these people. My work place is loving and harmonious.
At home, I regularly ask myself what I can do to strengthen my relationships. I accept that positive relationships require daily time and effort. It is 100% worth it. Good relationships make life worth living.
With my friends, I strive to be understanding, even when it is challenging. Everyone is different and has his or her own needs and challenges. I am always kind and considerate. My relationships with my friends are very important to me.
Today, I choose to do what I can to make all of my relationships even better. I choose to be open, supportive, compassionate, and loving to everyone in my life.
1. What can I do to strengthen my relationships?
2. How can I be a better friend and partner?
3. Why are my relationships important to me?