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Fri, 17 Mar


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Appreciation vs Expectation in Relationships

Our next Thriving Circle is coming up, and it is FREE! It's all about appreciation and expectation in relationships. If you could use something different in your relationship consider attending this 90-minute Thriving Circle and expect to leave enlightened.

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Appreciation vs Expectation in Relationships
Appreciation vs Expectation in Relationships

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17 Mar 2023, 15:30 – 17:00

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Appreciation and expectation are two very different things, yet often confused. Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and thankfulness for something or someone, while expectation is a belief or assumption that something will happen or someone will behave in a certain way. Appreciation is based on what has already been given or received, while expectation is based on what we think should be given or received. When we have expectations, we set ourselves up for disappointment. We place a burden on ourselves and others to meet certain standards that may be unrealistic or unfair. When our expectations are not met, we may feel angry, frustrated, or resentful. On the other hand, when we approach situations with appreciation, we acknowledge what is already present and focus on the positive aspects. We allow ourselves to feel grateful for what we have, rather than constantly seeking more.

In relationships, appreciation and expectation can have a significant impact. When we appreciate our partner, we focus on their positive qualities and actions, which can strengthen the relationship. When we have expectations, we can become critical or judgmental of our partner, which can lead to conflict and distance. It's important to communicate our needs and desires in a relationship, but doing so with appreciation and gratitude can lead to a more positive outcome.

Join me and FTT to create new relationships with yourself and others based on who you are NOW!

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