It’s time for this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions podcast!
Here’s what I cover in episode 22:
Why do we stress out over Valentine’s Day? I talk about why some people, single or not, find themselves feeling down over V-Day and offer up some suggestions for getting things into perspective.
Trying to make someone change won’t fix a boundary problem. I explain why boundaries are two-fold so yes, we can say or show a boundary to others but in order for it to truly be a boundary and for us not to be open to the same issue in the same way, we need to ensure that we are addressing the boundary on our end too. | As mentioned in the show, you can enjoy 30% off the Embrace Healthy Boundaries 30-day project with the code PODCAST.
Tips for keeping gossiping in check. Following on from this week’s Advice Wednesday, I share suggestions for ensuring that you don’t go too far and that you keep your integrity, including not saying something behind a person’s back that you wouldn’t be prepared to say to their face.
Listener Question – A series of bad dating experiences have caused Paula to see that four years post-divorce and she’s not over it yet. She wants to know how she can truly let go.
What Nat Learned This Week: I need to hang out with my inner child a bit more! The photo (above) shows some of the things I’ve collected and enjoyed that acknowledge that younger part of me that has always felt that she’s had to be older than her years.
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