Get to the root of emotional issues and learn the best way to relate to yourself and others by honoring your personal boundaries and making decisions that are in alignment with what's most important to you.
This is not a "common-sense" personal growth and development show. You won't be told to think positively or create affirmations. The Overwhelmed Brain is about accessing that deeper mental and emotional strength inside you so that you can decrease or even eliminate old fears and evolve into the person you want to be.
Learn what your parents or caretakers never taught you about emotional wellness and creating strong, non-toxic bonds with others.
If you want the exact instructions that will help improve your life, you're in the right place.
Should you be happy letting go of people who are a vortex of misery in your life?
Should family, no matter how toxic they are, be in your life because of your relationship with them?
Some people are so emotionally dangerous to be around that unless you distance yourself, you will always suffer when they are around (and even when they aren't).
The betrayal of relationship trust: Emotional Affairs
Emotional affairs almost always lead to pain. They are a betrayal of trust and an escape from the conversation you should be having in your relationship. Sometimes you have to bring up the hard truths so that those involved have an opportunity to find solutions or closure. Either way, it's easier to deal with a hard truth today than string someone along until it comes out in another, more painful way later.
Does your amazing personality intimidate others?
Some people have so much self-confidence that they carry themselves in a way that might put certain people off. Those confident in themselves can be kind, respectful, supportive, and caring, yet their personality can still rub people the wrong way.
In this episode, I talk about what might be happening. I also go over how the way you make decisions can lead to self-confidence. If you've been working on that in yourself, this episode could be helpful.
Email Grab Bag 4 - Rising toleration of bad behavior, from victim to victor, porn ruining the relationship
I read three emails from people in different circumstances. The first one is a troubled marriage. The wife doesn't know why she is staying and can't figure out how to make the decision to leave.
Segment two is about dealing with the victim mentality. What questions can you ask a chronic complainer in order to get them to do something about what they're complaining about?
Segment three is about a wife who discovered her husband's porn habit. Since then, their once amazing marriage is now in trouble.
The obstacles that block the path to self-worth and happiness
Self-worth and happiness is a right. It should be something you proudly claim without fear. Yet, so many people have trouble believing they are worthy, or worse, worthy of happiness. It's time to clear the path of obstacles blocking your worth and happiness so that you can feel good in your own skin again.
What did you sign up for in the relationship?
When you sign up for a relationship, you sign up for who they are now but are you signing up for who you hope they'll be as well? Are the expectations that should be met when it comes to a relationship? And if they aren't met, do you have every right to demand they be met, "or else?"
Sometimes we need to revisit the contract we signed getting into a relationship and what it means for us if who we thought they were isn't really who they are.