She is too pushy.
Situation: When I was a client on the helpline for The Work.
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Is it true?
Can you be certain it’s true?
What happens, how do you react, when you have that belief?
I feel squashed, trapped.
I feel conflicted.
I feel caught between (a) feeling she is too invasive, and (b) thinking she is a senior facilitator and must know what she is doing.
I don’t take care of myself.
I make her wrong.
I decide I probably won’t want to be facilitated by her again.
Who would you be without that thought?
Answering the questions.
Speaking up if I feel pushed, if her comments don’t feel helpful, or if I want more space.
Interested in what comes up from the silence, in response to the questions.
I am too pushy.
With myself, when I push myself to not say anything.
With her, in my mind, when I think she is too pushy.
She is holding back too much.
If she was more pushy, I would get to see my thoughts about it more clearly.
If she was more pushy, I would get to see my tendency to not speak up more clearly.
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