When we feel safe with our loved ones, it can become easy to let out our frustrations or insecurities on them.
Often we give our worst to those we love the best. We release all our negative emotions on them because we believe they won’t leave us and we don’t feel comfortable to let them out on who they really belong to.
Unfortunately, over time, if you do this to your loved ones, you break down the connection.
The love may remain, but the relationship will suffer.
To me, I feel very strongly that I want to treat the people I love most in this world the very best.
I want them to feel the quality of my love for them, the depths of it, and the celebration of it.
This doesn’t mean I never get angry. If I’m angry with one of them, I express it to them.
However, I do not use the ones I love the best as my whipping posts, or outlets for my anger that is unrelated to them.
I invite you to consider how you treat the people you love best in your life.
Do you give them your very best, or do you actually give them your worst?