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Even if my partner and I live together now, it still fills me with joy when I wake up to find a surprise love letter on my bedside table. But what can you write about? If you start writing or typing and do it for a long enough period of time, even if at first you feel stuck, your brain will eventually start making valuable connections and accessing gradually more interesting thoughts.
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However, if you want to use your writing to powerfully address the root of your problems and create authentic relationship healing, then the next section is for you. In other words, when we compassionately exchange pieces of personal information with someone, we are closing the gap between us and becoming closer to each other. When I first saw it, my instinct was to call her and get defensive, but I quickly stopped myself as I realized that this would only generate more anger and distance.
I knew that the key to settling the conflict was to tell her how I felt without blaming her for the situation, but in order to do that I had to calm my anger and get back to a place of mental clarity. So I did the following: I asked her to meet me the next day; then I went for a walk to organize my thoughts, and when I came back I proceeded to structure my ideas the best way I knew how: If you share, I will listen.
According to Marshal Rosenberg, PhD psychologist and founder of Nonviolent Communicationthere are two essential components of effective, compassionate communication: Example 1 Her words: I thought you might at least have the decency to show some understanding, but obviously it was too much for me to expect of you.
Is that what it felt like to you? As you told me, you were in the middle of something important, and you wish I would have been more patient and understanding.
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I also see that you felt sad that I approached the situation with such rush: I understand that, and I apologize for the pressure I might have triggered for you. I expressed my intention and commitment to work on our relationship. First, I made a clear request as to how I would like her to support me in the future.
Instead, I would like to ask you if you could simply address the concrete behaviors or words I used which made you upset, so that I can change them.
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I recognize that I often struggle with being open about my feelings, and I am willing to work on that. I will also try to be more mindful from now on. Is there any other way in which I could support you?
I asked her if I could open the conversation by reading my letter to her out loud, and I requested that she would listen from beginning to end without interruptions. As for the outcomes of this little experiment, I can tell you that the conversation that followed my letter completely transformed my idea of how deep a friendship can go.
Her anger was gone, and so was mine. Suddenly, we both felt an irresistible drive to confess our faults to each other, and at the same time we both felt an unprecedented willingness to forgive and reassure. What can I do? Short, sweet and personal Jess Ostroff: If you can do a little social media stalking, no harm in that.
Show me in your pitch that you can write, spell my name right, be concise. You have three sentences to do it.
You need to think about the client, not about yourself as a writer. Timing has so much to do with it. You really have to pitch with timing in mind, from so many different angles. On the benefits of pitching Angela Tague: Pitching is a great way for us to build up our network of writers who we trust, and also a great way for them to reach a new audience, and for us to reach their audiences.
I think, in the best worlds, the relationship is mutually beneficial and the writer is getting their voice and ideas out to some different people and vice versa.
This is the times when pitching is really nice, because we can then bring in new voices. On building relationships Jess Ostroff: I think some people see pitching as more of a transaction. Actually look at the publication deeply, and look at it as if it were something that you could potentially develop a long-term relationship with.
Final tips for successful pitches Angela Tague: My main tip for a successful pitch is to make it personal. Another tip for a successful pitch would be that the lead-in is everything. Use the subject line. The subject line is really the first thing that people see.