Davette Wheat, CCHt
Christian Numerologist & Relationship Coach
Here Is a Perspective...
Have you ever noticed how our relationships with others often mirror how we see ourselves? Our self-worth and self-esteem play a huge role in the dynamics of our relationships, and transforming any relationship starts with transforming ourselves.
It's easy to blame external factors for the problems we face in our relationships - our partner's behavior, our friend's attitude, our colleague's actions. But the truth is, the way we perceive ourselves and the world around us can have a profound impact on how we interact with others.
When we feel confident, secure, and fulfilled in our own lives, we are better equipped to form healthy and meaningful relationships with others. But when we struggle with low self-esteem or negative self-talk, we may find ourselves attracting toxic or unsatisfying relationships.
That's why I believe that transforming any relationship is more about transforming ourselves. By working on our own self-worth and self-esteem, we can begin to attract the kind of relationships we truly desire.
This transformation can be a difficult and challenging journey, but it's also one of the most rewarding. As we learn to love and accept ourselves, we open ourselves up to the possibility of deeper and more fulfilling relationships with others.
So if you're struggling in your relationships, take a moment to reflect on how you see yourself. What messages are you sending to yourself, and how are they affecting your interactions with others? By working on your own self-worth and self-esteem, you can create a ripple effect of positive change that will impact every relationship in your life.
Relationships are representatives that serve to show us something about ourselves and within ourselves. They are opportunities to self-notice how we feel and sometimes what we need to heal.