Do you blame everyone else for what happens to you in your life?
In segment one, I argue that even when everything that goes wrong in your life is someone else’s fault, you can still get the results you want by doing one thing: Accepting responsibility for your role in what happens to you.
It’s a new way to create and measure your success so that you can come up with a game plan that’s right for you.In segment two I talk about how important relationships are… especially the one with yourself. Almost every relationship issue you have with others needs nurturing in you.
Nurture you and your relationships with others will be healthy and toxic-free. I also address the age-old question: Does time really heal?
In segment three I read a letter from someone who gets sick to be around her partner who has ADD and ignores her most of the time. What do you do when you have a romantic relationship where your partner is more focused on work than you? Can you get through their “work mode” and make your relationship better or at least functional? It’s a tough situation that even I go through in my home – but I’ve found ways.
During the close of the show I talk about the best way to handle a continuously criticizing family member. It seems that almost every family has one. If you can resonate, take a listen!