PRLog - June 27, 2014 - We are all human. We all have personal experiences and unique outlooks.This is what makes us different from everyone else. Knowing that everyone has their own unique outlook and experiences to draw upon, we must remember that just as we do not have the ability to read others' minds, they also are not able to read ours. To avoid frustration and despair, we must learn to effectively communicate our needs and desires. Far too often, we get discouraged or think people do not care about our needs and wants. The reality is that most people actually do care, but they either do not know we need something or do not understand what we need. As intiuitive as humans can be, we are all still lacking in the ability to know what others think and need.
Express Your Needs for Better Relationships
Understanding your needs, wants, and desires is very important; communicating those desires and needs is critical to effective communication and ultimate internal and external peace and ease.
About Lili Hudson: Known for getting results, Lili Hudson, EFT Expert, Hypnotist, and Personal Cheerleader offers a refreshing solution to today’s problems. With a background in science and a passion for serving, Lili Hudson searched for solutions to tackle the challenges of weight, sadness, anxiousness, frustration, and anger. During her search, Lili discovered the success experienced when EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and self-hypnosis are combined. Drawing on her experience, Lili has developed several transformative programs including “Be A Better Student” and the breakthrough “Slender, Strong and Fit.” In this signature program, Lili helps clients unhook from food issues, eating less food with more enjoyment, dropping the pounds and the struggle without pills, injections or scary, risky surgery. By understanding the problem clearly, Lili shows clients how to resolve it and dissolve it quickly. Lili reminds clients: Life Happens…Tap. A volunteer practitioner with The Vets Stress Project, Lili is a resident of the Nashville area. An avid hiker, Lili has been married for 28 years and has 2 adult children. She considers herself a lifelong student, fascinated with understanding how people tick, and then helping people tick better! She and her husband are passionate boaters and enjoy turning off the static of life every chance they get. Lili can be reached through www.LiliHudson.com, and emailed at Lili@LiliHudson.com