• Judith Zucker, LCSW

Making Space For Deeper Connections


Have you ever sat down with someone and opened up to them without even realizing where the conversation would take you?


How did you leave that conversation feeling? Relieved? Rejuvenated? Closer to that person?


Deeper conversations, planned or not, make space to either begin or strengthen connections and relationships. Long and deep conversations are important for personal development, and overall happiness. Meaningful conversations are important to maintain and create relationships.


Making space for a deeper conversation with spouses, loved ones, friends, and colleagues can strengthen the connection you have with one another. An important part of these conversations is to make sure you are being an active listener. The conversation has to be two-sided to strengthen and create these unique bonds which often leads to a connection that goes beyond what you had imagined before.


If you are having trouble thinking about what topics to discuss, check out this list of 36 topics that can help you start in the right direction.


So what are you waiting for? Take one small step today to help build a larger support system, a deeper sense of love and appreciation for those you have relationships with.


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