Statistically a poor relationship with inner self is the first cause of failure in relating with other people. Gary Chapman did express that in his book “The five languages of love”.
Why do we bother so much to relate with other people?
There is only natural for us to wish for being accepted, liked, understood, wanted by other people, to be a part of certain groups, to be popular. This is one of the fundamental human needs, a core and sound one. At this moment of the discussion the theory (mechanism) is of less importance still it is clear that we all have this state of mind. Some of the most such intense needs are lived by the teenagers, fore they are living a time where everything happens gets planetary proportions and drama accent. Being adult gives us the reinsurance that this is not the case…but we use to be adolescents too.
How can one understand and love other people when one knows not or doesn’t want to do the same for one self?! Psychologist will say that the problem of self-acceptance which was left unsolved in the teenage period will get much more complicated in the adult life and will burst later with big damage. Coach will lead on the knowingness path which has only one key: to know and own one self, understand, appreciate with honesty, without unsupported wants. Relationship with peers starts with the inner self relationship and it is a copy of it. DO YOU have a good relation with you? If so how can you take it to the next level? If not, what are you waiting for? Please tell me …so that I can help you!