October 14, 2016
John Parker is one of our LK10 West Coast Coordinators. He is also a coach for "individuals and teams facing change and chaos". He writes a regular newsletter called "Sealegs for Success". I thought his recent article was helpful for those of us seeking to share clearly about our emotions. This skill is critical for building meaningful relationships in families and churches! (Shared with permission)
- “I think everyone likes me. I feel loved, included, and seen.”
- “It seemed as though no one listens to me. I felt ignored, rejected, and unheard.”
- “If looks like we are going to lose the game. I’m feeling sad and disappointed.”
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