Hey, That’s Just The Way I Am

Being Real or Plain Old Stubbornness?

Season 2, Episode 97

Sometimes when people say “that’s just the way I am,” it is a flimsy way of indicating a stubborn refusal to make needed adjustments. Being who you are is great – as long as you are honest with yourself about the motives and repercussions of your behaviors. In this podcast we will examine how stubbornness can hinder relational healthiness.

Hey, That’s Just The Way I Am

by Les Carter, Ph. D. | MarriagePath Radio

Something to Think about

In this episode, we came to understand that:

  • Every person has blind spots, meaning it is never a good thing to presume that change is unnecessary.
  • Healthy relationships are typified by “give and take” exchanges.
  • The more powerfully you insist upon being right, the less influence you have.

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