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How to be Happier by Practicing Respect - BeliefWorks Blog
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Are Your Beliefs Holding You Back?

How to be Happier by Practicing Respect

 “Self acceptance is the first step in accepting the differences in others…….”acceptance 2

We define a friend as someone who accepts us as we are. If you are in a long tern relationship do you always accept the person you have chosen as they are? Do you always accept yourself as you are? These are important questions because they affect your happiness in profound way. Two guest bloggers weigh in:

(From BeliefWorks Subscriber Tom Gruner)

“I would like to talk a minute about respect, maybe providing a different point of view what respect can mean. Not the respect that demands it from others, but how we can apply it in a healthy way. I noticed that many people demand respect and on the other hand, many people have a hard time respecting people they disagree with. Giving somebody respect does not mean that we have to agree with everything a person does or did, surrendering our own values and beliefs. But I like to suggest that there is so much more to respecting someone. To me it simply means that we acknowledge and accept another person for who they are. And that, I belief, is the greatest gift that we can give each other, to accept another human being exactly as he or she is despite of our differences. Respect in that sense is just a different word for kindness. Acceptance is what everybody wants, right? And it turns out that we usually receive it by giving it. It creates no drama and no opposition. It heals and it liberates the one who receives it to be who they are and what they can become. And that just feels wonderful.”

(From BeliefWorks Subscriber Susan Marshall)

“I have been thinking a lot about re-spect lately as well. For me it has meant to re-look at my relationships to everyone and everything. If I am angry at someone, have judgment or opinions about another person or am just too hot and feelin’ mean, I have started saying “I accept myself the way I am”. It allows me to change the focus from others to myself. Since I am the originator of the judgment, I believe the trait I don’t like must first exist in me to see it in others. Accepting myself creates compassion and opens my heart. And it also works when I am feeling love, joy and inspiration.”

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