Are you responsible for how others perceive you?
Are you responsible for someone else’s opinions and feelings about you?
The answer, of course, is “No!”
I mean, “you CAN be,” but the other person is responsible for their thoughts and perceptions.
Let me give an example of someone who is responsible for how others perceive them.
I remember being at a seminar, and there was some guy there – I have no idea where he was from or his name or anything. He wanted some tips on how to meet women.
The dude was dressed sloppy. His hair was uncombed. He SMELLED like he hadn’t had a shower in a week.
And he wondered why women didn’t want to be around him.
I was at another seminar, and some guy – I don’t know his name, don’t care to know his name – was trying to meet women in the hotel lobby during the dinner break.
The guy met a nice woman who was attending a different seminar at the same hotel, and they were having a good conversation.
All of a sudden, he said something really stupid about how (in his opinion) men were better than women.
That woman turned and walked away.
I was happy for her.
Served him right.
He was disrespectful, ignorant, and annoying.
There are times, though, when through our best efforts, the people we care about just don’t understand us.
Sometimes they got other stuff going on that has nothing to do with us, and their mental filters are out of whack.
The good news for you is “It’s NOT your fault!”
You can – and should – learn more and better ways to communicate, if you need to.
My friend Fred was having trouble getting along with a lady he likes. She got upset at a lot of the things he said, and he was getting frustrated because he didn’t completely understand her, either.
Fred went and learned some better ways to communicate.
They were still having trouble, so they sat down and agreed to work together to understand each other.
They came up with a simple, magic statement they both agreed to use whenever they didn’t understand each other instead of making assumptions and getting upset.
That simple question they agreed to?
“I do not understand how you meant what you just said (and repeat back those words, verbatim). What did you mean?”
Soon – with a little bit of effort, they both had reference points for how each other thinks and feels, and now they like each other more than they ever did before.
Is the other person willing to work with you to communicate more clearly with each other?
Is the other person willing to come to a mutual understanding, mutual respect, and mutual improvement of the relationship?
If so, and if you believe there is something worth keeping there with that person, there are things you can do to help you get along better with each other. Most people who want mind control tips and telepathic communication tips want some way to mentally, emotionally, or psychically “force” the other person to do what they want the person to do.
That is a bad road to go down.
The other person will resent you for it.
Mind control – when done intelligently and properly – has much more to do with expanding your understanding of yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, the other person, their strengths and weaknesses, and learning skills to help you get what you want and need to feel fulfilled in the relationship while also helping the other person get what they want and need to feel fulfilled in the relationship.
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