April 8, 2019
Which Brojo course does this reflection apply to?
Confrontation and boundary setting
What are the main insights you had about yourself in doing this course?
I believe that I know what some universal boundaries are but I simply can't know that information for everyone. I can't believe that I can't know others boundaries without also believing that they can't know mine. So I have less reaction and more compassion when someone disrespects me and I haven't told them before what it means to respect me.
What actions did you take and how did you feel during those experiences?
I confronted a close friend. I confronted a coworker. I confronted a women that I had feelings for but things got weird with. I felt good after all three even though in one case the two of us aren't a good fit or talking at this time.
What is the one main thing you want to remember from this course and keep applying to your life?
I want to remember that my main outcome should be health in the long term and that these confrontations are the ingredients for a healthy life and that every one is a gift to the other person.
What can you do to ensure that what you learned from this course continues to improve your life?
I can notice when someone does behavior that I would or would not like to see repeated and express that to them.
What was your favourite part of the course?
I liked the frame of this just being expressing your preference.
Which part of the course did you find the most difficult, confusing or unhelpful?
I'm a bit confused about how I should react to others boundaries being in conflict with mine. When I express a preference I'm letting them know that I like or don't like something but if they ignore my preference sometimes I don't think it's a big deal sometimes I do but one of the variables is that I want to make it work between me and the other person. So I'm not sure if that's healthy in the longterm.
Overall, how do you rate this course?
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