How do you handle negative feedback? There’s a golden opportunity to sink or swim when someone puts you down. Their comments don’t have to equal pain and a hit on your self-worth or self-esteem.
In fact, maybe it’s possible that the one person you remember putting you down is the very impetus you needed to improve something about yourself.
It’s not fun getting criticized, but it’s not always a bad thing, either.
In segment two, I talk about worrying and overwhelm about everything. Just how much do you worry? Do you feel like you can never get ahead because all the plates are spinning, and you really can’t find a way to stop them?
You might even be getting more plates added to your act. It can be stressful and even downright terrifying… it’s time to get out of the overwhelm.
In segment three, I talk about the important subject of enabling. Enabling is helping a toxic person stay toxic by behaving in a way that removes their accountability. If they never feel accountable, they continue to stay toxic to themselves and you.
Enabling is helping someone be helpless so it’s time to learn just how bad enabling is for you and your family.
During the closing, I bring up the very important subject of just how long is too long to hold on to guilt. You may feel guilty for something that you did long ago but you don’t have to hold on to it. In fact, maybe this episode is the release you need from so many months or years of guilt so that you can move on and start living your life again.