Be Curious In Relationships, Not Demanding Or Controlling - Deepstash

Be Curious In Relationships, Not Demanding Or Controlling

Be Curious In Relationships, Not Demanding Or Controlling

The desire to feel in control of our limited time causes numerous problems in relationships, resulting not only in controlling behaviour, but also commitment-phobia, the inability to listen, boredom, and missing out on the richness of communal experiences with others.

When faced with a challenging or boring moment in a relationship, try being curious about the person you’re with, rather than controlling. Curiosity is a stance well-suited to the inherent unpredictability of life with others, because it can be satisfied by their behaving in ways you like or dislike.

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