How do you know if you are the difficult one in any relationship? Whether it’s at home, with friends, or family, when everyone seems a bit unhappier than you think they should be, perhaps the common denominator is you.
Your level of function or dysfunction as an adult is almost always determined by the most unhealthy or toxic people in your family growing up.
When you are raised by those who didn’t or couldn’t love and support you as you deserved, you may have developed “broken” tools to deal with situations as an adult. When your emotional toolbox has a bunch of broken tools, you may keep getting the results you don’t want, causing you to stay unhappy.
In this episode, I help you identify those broken tools and what you can do to start utilizing them the right way, or even fixing them altogether.
How much are you willing to risk to have the greatest relationship you can have? How much emotional connection do you want?
It seems the higher the reward, the more you have to risk. In this episode, I talk about how staying emotionally closed up or closed off takes away most of the human experience and keeps everyone you want to love at a distance.
Where does your self-worth come from if it isn’t instilled in you from your parents or caretakers? There is a path to a higher sense of self-worth and self-esteem. It may not be an easy path, but it does exist.
In this episode, I read a message from someone who’s father prefers his new family over his old one.