Ways to Say I Love You with Compassionate Communication, shared by Conor and Brittany

As we grow in our consciousness, there will be more compassion and more love, and then the barriers between people, between religions, between nations will begin to fall.

-Ram Dass-

How compassionate and loving is your communication? Do you ever feel like those around you share space in a non-judgmental and supportive manner? Can we hold space for someone’s experience if it differs from our own? Today’s Daily Dose, shared by Brittany Taylor and Conor McMillen helps us get closer to compassionate communication.

Making a conscious effort to show up in a compassionate way can be challenging. Fortunately for us, we can get there with a bit of insight. Brittany and Conor delve deeper into simple methods and great suggestions to maintain a healthy balance in our daily communications. They are confident we can bring love to all of our relationships from a place of acceptance.

Conor McMillen and Brittany Taylor aspire to teach the world about authentic relationships. They  share a YouTube channel full of awesome videos to help deepen our connection to the world and to each other. In the winter Brittany and Conor travel the world with just a backpack and explore the U.S. in the warmers month via Winnie, their 19 foot Winnebago. Connect with Brittany and Conor on their channel and website,which includes relationship programs, a recipe book and events listings.

If you’re a reader, here are some Wise Reads on Love and Compassion!

Many thanks to Brittany and Conor for sharing their love of living unique, authentic lives with one another and the world. May they continue to bring joy to each other and to those they connect with.


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