One of the topics we will encounter frequently this year is the power of vulnerabilities. In 2023, it will be a very important issue for us to reveal our vulnerability, share our feelings and express ourselves.
The whole of communication and interactions with other individuals, which makes a person an individual in society, affects their emotional state, is the basis of relations. Relationships in daily life are very effective on one’s good or bad state by giving direction to life. The attitudes taken in these relationships and the attitudes exhibited also affect the place of the individual in society.
The changing world also creates new dynamics in relations. Family relationships, relationships in the business world, and emotional relationships are greatly affected by these changes.
Psychologist Gizem Sürenkök has the following to say about the relationship trends in 2023:
“Keeping our relationships in balance undoubtedly has a direct impact on our mood. 2023 will be a year when awareness about relationships will increase. We can predict that people will question their relationships more and be more courageous in trying different ways.
One of the topics we will encounter frequently this year will be the power of vulnerabilities. In 2023, it will be a very important issue for us to reveal our vulnerability, share our feelings and express ourselves. Standing cold, keeping a distance, looking very strong no longer matter. It is useful to lower the sails into the water and look transparent.
One feels very strongly the influence of the people who are with him as he walks towards his goals in life. That’s why partners who support our goals and help us achieve a better version of ourselves will be in greater demand this year. For this reason, we will be more sensitive to include people who will support us in our choice of friends, managers and spouses who come into our lives.
Knowing what you want in a relationship and expressing its limits is one of the most striking topics of this year. If space is not provided to meet these demands or protect borders, it will be more desirable not to prolong this situation any longer.”