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382. Not Expressing Your Emotions is Dishonest

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The only thing more painful than brutal honesty is dishonesty. If we’re holding in our true emotions to avoid tough conversations, judgment or rocking the boat, we’re actually hurting our relationship more than helping it.

Expressing how you are feeling is where trust is built and where relationships thrive. If you’re not being truly honest in your relationship, it will disintegrate over time, guaranteed.

Honesty can be a tough pill to swallow. But the foundation of trust that comes with expressing your emotions is one of the most important parts of building a deep, loving and lasting relationship.

In this episode, we’re talking about:

  • When we say we're fine, but we’re not
  • Why we’re often afraid to be honest
  • How to build trust in a relationship
  • How to handle when they overstep your boundaries
  • The link between dishonesty and infidelity
  • Projecting onto someone vs expressing how you’re genuinely feeling
  • Why relationship skills need to be practiced
  • How to better connect with people
  • Why honesty is often a breakthrough moment for relationships

Honesty in a relationship can be a difficult road to navigate. I hear this from clients all the time. If you want help with how to have that truly honest conversation you’ve been fearing, please reach out - I have private coaching opportunities available now. Email me info@emilygoughcoaching.com or DM me on Instagram @emilygoughcoach.

CONNECT WITH EMILY

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REFERENCES

Episode 306 | Changing How We Define Emotional Strength & Recognizing Emotions As Data

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The only thing more painful than brutal honesty is dishonesty. If we’re holding in our true emotions to avoid tough conversations, judgment or rocking the boat, we’re actually hurting our relationship more than helping it.

Expressing how you are feeling is where trust is built and where relationships thrive. If you’re not being truly honest in your relationship, it will disintegrate over time, guaranteed.

Honesty can be a tough pill to swallow. But the foundation of trust that comes with expressing your emotions is one of the most important parts of building a deep, loving and lasting relationship.

In this episode, we’re talking about:

  • When we say we're fine, but we’re not
  • Why we’re often afraid to be honest
  • How to build trust in a relationship
  • How to handle when they overstep your boundaries
  • The link between dishonesty and infidelity
  • Projecting onto someone vs expressing how you’re genuinely feeling
  • Why relationship skills need to be practiced
  • How to better connect with people
  • Why honesty is often a breakthrough moment for relationships

Honesty in a relationship can be a difficult road to navigate. I hear this from clients all the time. If you want help with how to have that truly honest conversation you’ve been fearing, please reach out - I have private coaching opportunities available now. Email me info@emilygoughcoaching.com or DM me on Instagram @emilygoughcoach.

CONNECT WITH EMILY

Book A Private Coaching Call With Emily To Work Together

Get Your Free Guide “The Four Tools Missing From Your Relationship” here

Join Emily’s email list here

Instagram: @emilygoughcoach

Email: info@emilygoughcoaching.com

REFERENCES

Episode 306 | Changing How We Define Emotional Strength & Recognizing Emotions As Data

  continue reading

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