"I don't want to talk about it." He or She says, arms folded...

I don't want to talk about it.

I don’t want to talk about it.

When someone says this to you take the cue and back off.

Usually with arms folded someone says “I don’t want to talk about it.”

I’ve heard that before…and, just maybe, I have felt it and said it before. LOL

Referring to the definition of Effective Communication as when both people involved are willing to change as a result of this communication this is a sign of not wanting to change. This is the cue to you that they do not want to hear any new information and they do not want to change… at least in that moment.

Send them love and seek another opportunity to communicate.

It is all about the frequencies

Remember what Einstein said. “Problems cannot be solved with the same mind set that created them.” or “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” It seems there are so many variants no one knows the original quote or maybe he said in many different ways.

How this applies: Our mental frequency tunes us into a matching stream of thoughts we receive and play with in our heads. When we are upset we receive a matching stream of thoughts. And when we are in joy and happiness we receive a different stream of thoughts that matches our frequencies. We can tune our mind to the frequency of thoughts we want to play in.

Therefore the person who says “I don’t want to talk about” is in that level of thoughts. Nothing wrong with it. We have all been there.

What we can do is hold peace in the space that they can move into. We don’t say anything; just find peace and love in our heart about the person and the situation. If we hold the upset that energy stays and keeps everyone stuck. Someone has to move out of it to break the spell.

Do something different to get something different in life…

Lamar Irwin, Life Empowerment Engineer, and more

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