10 Minute Daily Reality Check

With David Wygant

Monday, December 11, 2017

Episode 278: Do You Cause Others Anxiety?

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Everyone in your life has a message for you. Every person you date, everyone you work with – they all bring messages to you. Things the universe wants you to hear and lessons it wants you to learn.

But it’s up to you to actually tune in and listen to those messages. So, what kind of person are you? The kind of person who actually listens to the message… or someone who gives a message of anxiety to others? Someone who gets defensive and does not listen?

I’ve got a few people in my life who don’t listen, who give me anxiety, and if you listen to today’s podcast I’ll tell you exactly how I deal with them. So listen today, download and rate this podcast, share it with the people in your life who give you anxiety, and come back tomorrow for more self-help that doesn’t suck.

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Stephen Botka

Monday, December 11th, 2017

I relate to how this message is. Growing up with my family there's always been this communication struggle in the home. What needs to be said doesn't get said and asking questions is seen as an attack or an annoyance. Even now when I go back to visit I can see the old poor communication habits, or lack thereof didn't die. Example: My stepfather and mother would let me use their car to take a trip to the store go to places I need to go. My stepfather will get paranoid about me putting too much mileage on the car yet he says it's ok for me to drive it, and I am always telling them where exactly I am going and he knows exactly where I am going. So if I ask my stepfather how many miles exactly is the limit to drive the car he will just act irritated and not tell me. I am a responsible adult and want to communicate but it's taken in a negative way. This is just an example of how communication breaks down in my experience. Is it annoying, hell yeah!