Ordinarily, you expect your partner to learn your triggers and sensitivities and stay clear of them, effectively caretaking your wounded inner child. While no one wants their partner to play “mommy” or “daddy” all the time, one way you know that you are loved is that your partner takes care not to do the things that they know bother you or make you uncomfortable.
In this lesson, we'll look at the 9th Breakthrough and why you don't want to take on the 'parent' role in your relationship, even when it's tempting to do so.
You'll discover what those in extraordinary relationships do instead and how they interact with the younger parts of each other.
Share in the comments a way you might create a safe and inviting environment for your partner’s healthy child to come out and play.
“You know you are in love when you don’t want to fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams."
- Dr. Suess
REFLECTION QUESTION | Answer the question(s) below
What are the ways you might create a safe and inviting environment for your partners healthy child to come out and play?