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Do you know someone who speaks ‘ever-so-sweetly’ and yet you know that deep within this person is actually filled with anger?
Part of love is speaking our truth — being our genuine selves, and not a mere reflection of what we think a “loving,” or “spiritual” person should sound like.
How can we be genuine and at the same time be loving?
It is possible.
Find out how in this video.
Be sure and post questions and comments — I respond personally.
Thanks Will. This was an excellent and timely video. There is someone in my immediate circle who speaks like you described. She is all sweetness and light but finds every opportunity to say something mean to people (in a very nice tone of voice). I call this passive aggressive. I always leave her with a knot in my stomach. I find myself not going to social functions in order to avoid her. I’m in my fifties but this feels like coping with the mean girl from high school. Any suggestions?
Mean girls don’t go away. They just get older. LOL. To paraphrase the Buddha. She is asleep. She does not understand how she presents herself to the world. Keep shining the beautiful gem that is you.
Allow her to be as she is.