Q: If I choose to not talk or stay away from someone who has done something wrong to me in the past, is that exclusion?
Q: Hello Susan, I see people bond over complaining about their partner or boss or something. My man is friends with these people. (I have no desire to change him) he can choose for himself. I do not enjoy listening to all this, which he keeps sharing with me, no matter how many times I tell him I am not interested in their life stories. Recently I noticed that he is doing this so much that this is all that he has. I personally feel its ok to not have topics. Just be with each other but he feels SILENCE is a bad thing. Not having something to talk about is wrong. What I would like is to have more fun, juicy moments, excitement, ease between us. What can I play with to have that with ease even if he thrives on listening to cry baby stories of others?
Q: Susan – from as far as I can remember, I wake up tired, groggy, and sleepy and that’s how I feel for the rest of the day as well. There is no energy and motivation in me most of the times. What questions can I ask for that? What clearings can I run?
Q. Hi Susan – I have a burning question! I have been listening to the Abuse clearing audio for two months now (not non-stop though, that would not have been kind). Right now, I am dog sitting in Hungary, for a second time. The owner is looking to expand and we are talking about collaborating in a way, where I can be the designated dog sitter, a job I absolutely love, and create products and events for fundraising.
We seemed to be on the same wavelength, but something strange happened when I arrived. He doesn’t talk to me. Literally. He says he feels I don’t want to talk to him, which by now is absolutely true, because I feel with every word I say, it is one word too many, no matter the subject.
I thought he was just “the silent type.” However, last week he brought over the investor who is funding his expansion plans and they were best buddies, chatting up a storm, laughing etc. so it seems he just doesn’t want to talk to ME. I don’t feel like talking about anything with him at all. The seven dogs allow for some talking material, but other than that, I feel like anything else is off limits.
I wonder what I can ask to know if I should get the hell out of here? Or think twice about collaborating with him and his investing partner? Is this a ‘sign’ (so to speak) that collaborating with him is heavy?