Have you ever tried to tell someone they were doing something you don’t like, or that they were just outright wrong, but they turned it around on you and put you on the defense? [Read more…]
I received an email from someone who was very angry with me. She said “You should be ashamed of yourself for teaching that it is okay to break ties with family!“
She was referencing an episode I did on toxic family members and how I said if they are too toxic to be around that it’s okay to part ways with them. [Read more…]
When your family has dysfunction, family gatherings can be quite a challenge. What do you do in the midst of family drama?
Do you recoil and transform into the old, pre-personally-developed you? Or do you stand firm in who you are today and love then with your healthy boundaries?
Family is the final frontier of personal growth. You don’t want to miss this episode.
This is part two of a two-part episode. Part one is here.
The subject is all about obsessive behavior and repetitive thoughts that keep you stuck. Whether they’re about your ex, your job, or your life, it can be a huge challenge to stop thinking of something that has a great impact on you.
It’s time to get out of the rut. Listen to both parts of this episode and learn what it takes to make the right decisions for you. When the obsessive thinking stops, you’ll be able to get back to a more efficient, more productive, more fulfilling life.
Obsessive thoughts and over analyzing can lead to terrible (or no) decision-making, causing you to stay in a rut that you can never get out of. Or if you do get out, it’s a very, very slow process.
In this episode, I talk about what it takes to make decisions that are right for you so that you stay out of obsessive thinking and get back to a more efficient, more productive, more fulfilling life.
This is part one of a two-part episode. Part two is here.