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Do you ever find yourself wanting more? As human beings, we crave growth, so we set and achieve goals of more money, more possessions or more power – yet we still find ourselves feeling stuck. We plateau. We feel uninspired, even bored. Because while we’ve mastered the physical realm, what we really crave is true […]
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Being emotionally available is the cornerstone of healthy relationships.  It allows for openness, communication, intimacy and depth.  Then why is being emotionally unavailable such a common problem for people?  Because it’s also self-protective and there are many reasons why people feel they need to keep the kind of distance it helps to maintain.  It can be scary if overall trust in relationships is in question, often for very good reasons.  But you need to ask yourself whether this “protection” from emotional connection from others is worth the end result.
Let’s explore 1) what being emotionally available looks like, 2) why so many struggle with being emotionally unavailable and 3) how to improve that.
What is emotional availability?

You are not only comfortable with looking at your own feelings but sharing them.  Doing so is a vulnerable act and for people who inherently feel vulnerable in relationships or in general, possibly due to family of origin issues, this can feel unsafe or too close.   Authenticity is not a challenge for those who are fully emotionally available because they often have a generally positive sense of self.
You are able to be responsive to other people’s emotions.  This means good listening skills, attunement and empathy in

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Over the past few decades, there has been a slow shift in how we find meaning in our lives. Rather than treating work only as a way to make a living, Americans want to be passionate about work. We’re looking for jobs that give us a sense of purpose: A recent study found that 83% […]
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It’s easier than ever to get lost in the day-to-day activities and stresses of the external world. Work, relationships, errands – our focus is almost always on anything and anyone but ourselves. For so many of us, it’s a constant effort to please others or be who we think we have to be in order […]
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You’ve put a lot of work into building your business. You’ve focused on constant, never-ending improvement to provide more value than anyone else. You’ve mapped out your business plan and created your sales strategy. And you’ve sharpened your recruitment strategies and hired the right people for the job – at least you thought you did. […]
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I used to think all I wanted was a marriage where we never fight and always feel head over heels in love. Come to find out, I want an authentic and raw marriage that adapts to the changing seasons of life. Marriage is loving each other through the messes: It’s brewing the other person a…
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“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle This is one of Tony Robbins’ favorite quotes. It neatly sums up the ethos of successful people: They’re not born smarter or with more willpower. They don’t have magical powers that allow them to get more done. They […]
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You work hard. You’re organized, smart and always on time. You complete tasks faster than anyone else. You’re always seeking professional growth and opportunities to learn new skills. You might think others automatically think you’re great at what you do. But you need to do more to demonstrate competence. The hard truth is that being […]
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Tony Robbins Business Owner Mindset Report revealed an interesting contradiction about work and life balance: 53% of respondents didn’t think they needed to sacrifice the “life” part of the equation to get ahead at work, an increase from last year. Yet only 17% rated their work-life balance as “great.” Why is work-life balance so low, […]
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“The next level is just two millimeters above, and it’s outstanding, magnificent, extraordinary. You’re not one of the best, you are the best. You only have to be two millimeters more than everyone else.” – Tony Robbins Those who understand how to be relentless in life use the two millimeter rule. They’re able to constantly […]
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