The Possibility Podcast With Mel Schwartz Episode 028: The Damage Done by What Goes Unspoken

Many of us typically consider the consequences of our words and actions. But we may pay no attention at all to the consequences of what goes unsaid. Silence can stifle our relationships as we each default to what we “know” to be true and play out self-confirming narratives to our own self.

Problematic or troubled feelings won’t likely be resolved through silence. In this episode Mel highlights the damage done by what remains unspoken between people and how that constructs a barrier to healthy relating. The pathway toward emotional intimacy comes from sharing more, not less.

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