Honoring your boundaries can be the hardest step to take in your personal development, and it’s also one of the fastest ways to start creating a life without toxicity and dysfunction. But what if you’re too scared to do it?
Getting to a place where fear goes away isn’t easy – it can take a lot of inner growth, leading to the confidence and courage to do whatever it takes to let others know what is acceptable and what is not.
In this first segment, I talk about boundaries and how there may be a quick, yet completely unorthodox method of getting past the fear.
In segment two, what do you do if you’re in a relationship with someone who has close ties to someone you don’t like? And what if you can’t avoid this other person? On top of that, what if this other person is your ex?
It’s a tricky situation and one that one of the listeners of my show has with someone they used to date. I read her email on the air and do my best to answer her question.
During the close of the show, I read a message from someone who left an emotionally abusive relationship but is wondering if they should get back into it. She thinks that if he heals that things could get better, and they could be a couple again.
But how long do you wait for someone to heal? Should you wait? Is waiting worse than moving on? It’s a great letter and an important subject, especially if you feel like you’re in a rut and aren’t sure what to do after a breakup.