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  1. you are a wonderful soul…..i love your articles and love doing the ‘hands’…..yes, i had/have a dreadful habit of jumping in on someone’s conversation…..guess i am still trying to prove to the world that i am not stupid and that i can match someone else’s stories….i am aware and am trying to rid of the habit…..thanks for being in my life….

    • Dear Liz,
      Thank you for your kind words. So good how you are willing to look at your part of the conversation! If you are still trying to prove something, keep on doing the MIR-Method. Your need to prove will become less and less due to step 7 ‘Fulfill basic needs’. Your need for acknowledgement for example will make you acknowledge yourself. You will notice you will not try to prove anything anymore.
      Greetings! Mireille Mettes

  2. Dear beautiful woman Mireille

    If everything you give would radiate light, the world would be truly glowing! Thank you from my heart!
    You wrote a great article about listening. Hoe valuable indeed and how binding it can be. When I look at myself, I see that listening has become a talent, but also one I can hide behind! Giving myself away by giving the other person too much space and so preventing to be heard! I guess I’ll restart doing the MIR-Method and fullfilling my basic needs!
    Loving greetings,
    Ellen

    • Dear Ellen,
      Yes, how open you are in sharing us the downside of listening too well! But… giving somebody all the space he/she needs, is also an act of love. Maybe then you need to find other people who are willing to listen to you. Have a look at that too! And yes, I hope you can make yourself be heard! Hope you will want to restart the MIR-Method.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille

    • Dear Deirdre,
      Thank you for your acknowledgement! If only people would listen to each other… the whole world would be different!
      Greetings,
      Mireille Mettes

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