Your sense of self and identity can dissolve or even be rewritten over years of trauma, abuse, and/or dysfunction.
Dis-integration can happen after a lifetime of challenges that you haven’t yet healed from, causing you to feel scattered and feel like you have no purpose.
When you don’t have a strong emotional foundation, the hard times are harder and you feel beat up and burnt out almost all the time so it’s important to establish who you are.
You do this by honoring yourself, honoring your boundaries, and showing up as authentically you.
But how do you do that?
That’s what segment one is about. It’s time to create, or re-create, who you are.
In segment two, I read a letter from “Mary,” who is feeling guilty about leaving an emotionally abusive husband. She knows leaving is the right step, but she wants to know how she can overcome the guilt that comes with it.
An emotional abuser exploits your kindness, compassion, and generosity. They know how to use who you are against you.
What personal boundaries are being taken away from you when someone is trying to guilt you? What values do they know about you that they are exploiting?
There’s a reason you feel guilty:
It’s because they know how to make you feel bad for not being you.
It’s a complex path that they have mastered so it’s time to reveal that path so that you know just how to stop it from happening.
Guilt stems from your own kindness and compassion. This segment will tell you how to utilize your own compassion to eradicate the guilt of leaving the abusive relationship. There is a huge opportunity for both you and your partner to heal.
During the closing segment, I’ll share with you a neat brain trick that will take a memory that upsets you and transform it into laughter.
Do you have an emotional trigger you’ve been wanting to diminish or dissolve? Take the ride with me… should be fun!