Use Your Words

May 20, 2014

in the generous life

This morning my husband asked me how I was feeling (yesterday I was a bit sick). I told him I was doing better, but still felt a bit slow.

Later that morning, I got rather grumpy with him. He kept getting in my way when I was trying to get work done. I felt like he was taking over “my job.” It was really frustrating. Turns out he was just trying to help me since I was still a bit under the weather.

It’s amazing what happens when you use your words. If I had asked him what was going on or just asked him to stop, there would have been a lot less fussing. On the flip side it helps to ask if someone needs help or to communicate what you are doing when you do something out of the ordinary.

Use your words, gals.

The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives. Anthony Robbins


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