Would you like to learn how to communicate your feelings openly and authentically? You can do this relationship exercise with a friend, partner or family member, and it helps you both to communicate clearly and from the heart. This relationship advice will help you to find more love, compassion, and understanding.
Let’s take a look at a fun exercise that will bring you in touch with the beauty of sharing feelings. I recommend you try this out with a loved one like a romantic partner, friend or family member. The instruction is to share only feelings back and forth. One of you starts out with saying ‘I feel… X.’ The other person reacts by saying: ‘When you said you felt X, I felt Y.’ Keep doing this. It’s important to keep in mind that all feelings are welcome. For example,
A: ‘I feel disconnected.’
B: ‘When you said you felt disconnected, I felt sad.’
A: ‘When you said you felt sad, I felt compassion.’
B: ‘When you said you felt compassion, I felt love.’
A: ‘When you said you felt love, I felt happy.’ … (etc.)
Do you feel awkward to ask someone to do this exercise with you? A gentle way can be to explain: ‘I’m doing a course to improve my relationship skills. I feel a little bit awkward about it, but would you like to help me by doing a short exercise with me? It’s about sharing feelings.’ Whenever doing something new like this feels edgy, it means you’re learning and expanding by doing it!
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In the whole free lesson on Clear Communication you learn:
– How to clearly communicate all that’s happening inside of you
– How to clearly communicate your desires
– How to clearly communicate your no’s
– How to clearly communicate your triggers
– How to become a team with the person you’re in relationship with
You can find this whole lesson for free on this link:
Click here for a free lesson on Self-Love, also beautiful! :
Or Start the Course right at the Start, (the first lessons are all on free-preview) by going to this link:
You can find the short YouTube video on being a team and improving your communication with that here:
All relationship advice from this relationship skills course, Fulfilling Relationship I, is suitable for monogamous as well as polyamorous relationships, and also for non-romantic relationships.