“Relationships are mirrors of ourselves. What we attract always mirrors either qualities we have or beliefs we have about relationships. This is true whether it is a boss, a coworker, an employee, a friend, a lover, a spouse or a child. The things you don’t like about these people are either what you yourself do or would like to do, or what you believe. You could not attract them or have them in your life if the way they are didn’t somehow complement your own life.
If you have a boss who is critical or impossible to please, look within. Either you do that on some level or you have a belief that “Bosses are always critical and impossible to please.” If you have an employee who won’t obey or doesn’t follow through, look to see where you do that and clean it up. Firing someone is too easy; it doesn’t clear your pattern.
This is the ONLY way to change others – change ourselves first. Change your patterns and you will find “they” are different too. Blame is useless. Blaming only gives away our power. Keep your power. Without power, we cannot make changes. The helpless victim cannot see a way out.”
Louise Hay, in “You Can Heal Your Life”
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