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Feeling Stuck? Tired Of Drama? Do Something!


General advice to questions from live viewers. Some topics include being tired of drama and the feeling of being stuck. Most of life’s problems can be solved through action. Even if you don’t know what to do, do something. Bryant believes life’s problems can be made better by looking at the psychology of the problem and the attitude towards the problem. We need to stop thinking about what people think of us. This means being ready for disapproval, and that is ok. If a relationship is not working for you, part company for your sanity. When asked about seeking respect, Bryant spoke about how we are in control of how we let others treat us. Set boundaries and stick to those boundaries. Realizing that a lot of perceived disrespect is us having unrealistic expectations. We need to mange our own expectations that we are bringing into relationships. We need to be a clear communicator in our relationships. This includes sitting down with a person and having a conversation with all the best intention and assumptions. While being non reactive and removing blame words, also opening up the possibility that you accept blame for the situation. Clear communication is really the key. Many other “quick questions” with Bryant and Jenni.

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Tired of drama? Feeling stuck? Quick stop by Google Fiber.General advice to questions from live viewers. Some topics include being tired of drama and the feeling of being stuck. Most of life's problems can be solved through action. Even if you don't know what to do, do something. Bryant believes life's problems can be made better by looking at the psychology of the problem and the attitude towards the problem. We need to stop thinking about what people think of us. This means being ready for disaproval, and that is ok. If a relationship is not working for you, part company for your sanity. When asked about seeking respect, Bryant spoke about how we are in control of how we let others treat us. Set boundaries and stick to those boundaries. Realizing that a lot of perceived disrespect is us having unrealistic expectations. We need to mange our own expectations that we are bringing into relationships. We need to be a clear communicator in our relationships. This includes sitting down with a person and having a conversation with all the best intention and assumptions. While being non reactive and removing blame words, also opening up the possibility that you accept blame for the situation. Clear communication is really the key. Many other "quick questions" with Bryant and Jenni.

Posted by McGill Media on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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