LINDA C J TURNER Q & A with #LindaCJTurner

When the words dont match the actions

When someone’s words do not align with their actions, it can create confusion, disappointment, and mistrust. This situation often leads to skepticism about the person’s true intentions or integrity. Here are a few possible reasons why words and actions may not match:

  1. Inconsistency: People may unintentionally act in ways that contradict their words due to inconsistencies within themselves. They may genuinely intend to follow through on their promises but face challenges or conflicting priorities that hinder their ability to do so.
  2. Deception or manipulation: Some individuals deliberately say things they don’t truly mean or make promises they have no intention of keeping. This can be a tactic to manipulate or deceive others, gain personal advantage, or maintain a certain image.
  3. Lack of self-awareness: Sometimes, people may not fully realize or acknowledge the disparity between their words and actions. They might not recognize the impact their behavior has on others or may struggle with introspection and self-reflection.
  4. External pressures or circumstances: External factors, such as societal expectations, peer pressure, or situational constraints, can influence behavior and cause a mismatch between words and actions. Individuals may feel compelled to act contrary to their true beliefs or values due to external influences.
  5. Changing priorities or circumstances: People’s priorities and circumstances can change over time, leading to inconsistencies between their current actions and their previous words. While their intentions may have been genuine at one point, changes in their situation or perspective can result in a misalignment.

When faced with a situation where words and actions don’t match, it’s essential to assess the overall pattern of behavior and consider the context. Sometimes, open communication can help clarify the discrepancy and provide an opportunity for understanding. However, if the inconsistency persists and affects trust or well-being, it may be necessary to reassess the relationship or seek guidance from a trusted third party or professional to navigate the situation effectively.

 © Linda C J Turner

By Linda C J Turner

Coaching and Therapy
Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Hypnotherapy.
Qualified NLP, EMDR and CBT therapist.
REIKI Master.
I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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