Being confident in relationships is a manifestation of small, daily habits that everyone can do. Confidence will increase the quality of communication and connection you have with others. This podcast episode will dive into how to be strong, contributing, and confident as a partner in your relationships, how to date with confidence and how to be in a relationship that leaves a legacy. Get the full show notes at www.trishblackwell.com/403
This all stemmed from some College of Confidence members who wanted to know more about how to validate yourself in relationships without relying on other’s affirmations to make you feel secure.
A relationship is a connection, but to have deep relationships, we have to be vulnerable. We have to take risks.
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If you’re a word of affirmation person, this almost seems like a contradiction, but I promise you, it’s possible.
You must be willing to be yourself -and to be honest.
1. Know yourself. Be yourself.
2. Have confidence about what you bring to the relationship.
3. Give yourself confidence – through journaling, through taking action, through coaching, through spending time with God, through challenging yourself, etc.
4. Ask for what you need – and be honest about how compliments encourage you.
I spoon fed my husband what he needs to say to encourage me.
How did I figure it out? I had to first know what I needed.
All relationships need time together and time apart.
Allow one another to go do their own thing – to fill their bucket, and then also prioritize filling your bucket as a couple.
Make your relationships baseline foundation open communication.
Communicate about everything – the more you communicate, the more confidence you will have. Be patient though, every partnership communicates differently.
Be willing to be emotionally brave – to talk about uncomfortable things.
And, ya’ll, be ready to not only be on the communicating end of this but also the receiving end. At times, this will not just be hard but will hurt. Brandon recently said he missed me – he is often the one who points out that we are living side-by-side instead of intertwined together. I so badly want to brush it off, but he craves quality time – and it matters to make that my top priority.
It’s not comfortable, but it’s worth it.
You’re always going to feel a little awkward.
No risk, no reward.
Vulnerability is confidence and confidence is sexy.
Be the person who pursues your partner’s heart – be the person willing to be all-in.
Be honest about what you want – and about your boundaries.
The world is lonely, stop creating and perpetuating your own loneliness.Take action. Make connections. Be emotionally bold.
Intimacy is connection – not necessarily sex – just anything that makes you feel understood, heard, and like you belong. It is what we crave in relationship; it affirms our place and makes us feel at home.
1. Make quality time together, a priority.
2. Create little traditions.
3. Never stop doing the little things.
4. Prioritize dates.
5. Be best friends.
6. Speak to each other’s highest potential.
7. Serve and try to out love one another.
8. Encourage the other’s confidence.
Look, if you’ve been listening for the past 7.5 years, or shoot, even just the past year, and have seen changes in your life, it’s time to make those changes even deeper.
Ready to go next-level in your mental happiness, inner confidence, and courage? Your next step is to become a member of the College of Confidence. Join here >>> www.collegeofconfidence.com