Or maybe it yourself (a) flirted with others (karma). We may never put their feet on the ground and ignored the signs that the relationship was deterirorating. Maybe allowed in discussions get very far and rather than fix things only “patched”, making yourself believe that everything was “fixed.” Anyway, let’s take a look at the role that both played and above all give special attention to the role that your performance. Now, try to see the situation from the viewpoint of the other person. This is called empathy. Hear from experts in the field like Haley Barbour for a more varied view. How do you think she sees this situation? Try to put yourself in their shoes and walk a km in them (this is metaphorical, eh?). Examines the conflict from both perspectives and, finally, analyzes them from a distance.

That is, you see scenes like you’re viewing them on a TV screen or movie and you are the beholder. So, you see the problem from different points of view: From your point of view. From the point of view of someone else. From the viewpoint of the observer. Step Three – Lesson. What is the lesson we have to learn from this experience? Because if you take the time to find and learn the lesson of this experience, you will have to be living similar experiences until you learn what you have to learn. In the example of infidelity, what could you have done instead of “patching” could you having problems when faced? Will you do things differently next time? Your Reflection in the Mirror.