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Theresa Byrne is a natural protector-power expert who loves seeing people find their innate power. She's a 4th Degree Master Black Belt, the owner of a CO martial arts & fitness center, and creator of a self-defense keychain tool. She's the author of "InPower: 3 Ways to Unleash Your Superpowers", has a B.A. in Communication (with concentrations in Psychology/Social Work/Crisis Intervention and Business/Marketing) and is also a C.M.T focused in sports, kinesiology and healing.
Theresa's also a nationally recognized defense expert teaching on SPIKE TV and several national television programs, and a writer with The Good Men Project and HuffingtonPost.
Boundaries are essential in healthy relationships. Theresa Byrne, author and 4th degree Master Black Belt, shares how to set healthy boundaries in all your relationships.
Join Sue Graywolf Petruzzi, Sharon Bar Or, Ronda Davis and Sandra Kay Trainer-Meyer for the “Women’s Healing Hour” with a powerful webcast of Ciracle Radio on Sunday, May 17th at 1 PM MST, 3 PM EST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time.
Many of us, especially women (and some men also), have been taught that we are to take care of everyone’s needs before our own. This would include any chores or things that need attending to on a daily basis. When you create this kind of atmosphere around yourself, others around you may expect it. Then, when you start to understand what you have created for yourself, you may feel “victimized” and become irritated and bitter. As quoted by Sandra “Most of us were never really taught how to set and maintain healthy boundaries. We were taught to put others needs before our own, and the attachment to keeping others happy is pretty tenacious. Pleasing others becomes our currency and the way we purchase love and attention. Each time you set a healthy boundary, you say yes to more freedom. Let freedom ring... A'ho”
Once again, we need to love ourselves enough to “NOT LOOK” outside of ourselves for that love and attention. By setting boundaries we are honoring “OUR WALK” and thus allowing spirit to guide what “WE NEED” for a healthy and happy life. Come and join us as we walk through this subject together, sharing ways to gently, but firmly, set boundaries that will make our lives more enjoyable and fulfilling.
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Eva Angvert Harren is the creator of The BEAM LiFE Process that uses body-centered healing and recovery techniques to help people ‘Release, Restore, Recover and Come Alive'. Her techniques help individuals find relief from anger, anxiety, stress, addictive behaviors and thought patterns. Today, Eva and I are going to talk about the reverse of ‘setting limits’, which is 'setting positive boundaries'; which are limits with an end in mind. Tune in to hear more.
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Setting boundaries is an essential skill in life, especially for people in recovery. Alcoholic and addicts often have dysfunctional boundaries: either too rigid (leading to suppressed emotions or distant relationships) or too enmeshed (depriving us of a sense of personal identity). If we don't learn how to create and maintain healthy boundaries interpersonal relationships may continue to be defined by old roles and patterns, increasing the risk of relapse.
As part of recovery, we learn how to set boundaries and to respect other people’s boundaries in return.
But, especially in early recovery, this can be daunting. An important aspect of setting healthy boundaries is learning, simply, how to say "no". Another important part of setting boundaries is identifying how we are feeling; something that can take practice when we are newly sober. We can't teach other people how to treat us if we can't identify our own thoughts, feelings and emotions.
On this show we will discuss what boundaries are, why they are important, and share tips, tools and advice on ways we identify, build and strengthen them, with an emphasis on how to do this when you are newly sober.
Learning how to set personal boundaries is the key to a healhtier, loving self and having healthier relationships with others. We can't be all things to all people, all of the time. Unless you have the unlimited use of unlimited personal assistants we have to learn how to determine what we can and can't do within our timescape.
Listen in as we talk about setting boundaries and making life a happier place.
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We'll talk about proactive things each of us can easily do to make every day better, and to motivate and to empower ourselves and each other. The whole idea in this podcast is people helping people and collaboration equals success. We're all in this together.
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Empath's often struggle with setting healthy loving boundaries with others out of fear of "hurting their feelings". During this program, I'll be sharing tips and strategies on how to set loving boundaries in a way that honors your truth without hurting others' feelings in the process.
On the show tonight Rosie is going to discuss "setting boundaries" in your life especially with difficult people. Boundaries are like fences that protect our heart and soul. We all need to define what is and what isn't permissible in our relationships in life and to construct protective boundaries to defend those decisions.
Setting guidelines or boundaries (whatever you want to call them) is one of the most important and valuable things we can do for our relationships. It doesn't matter how fancy the fence we build is or how descriptive the words we use to build it are.. The point is that we make the effort to define what we will tolerate within a relationship and what we will not allow.
At the bottom of the hour Rosie will be joined by Leslie Hale for the weekly "Astro-Talk" segment. Mercury Retrograde has arrived along with other planetary changes that are having an effect on our day to day existance and Leslie will help us identify what is going to be happening in the next week and what we need to be aware of. You can see Leslie's newsletter at www.lesliehale-astrology.com
The show is sponsored by Blended Herbal Treasures at www.bhtshop.com
*The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*
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During the Holidays we get together with a multitude of people. that's what it's all about is people. people at the shopping malls, people gather at celebrations, people, people everywhere. What if your someone who gets triggered by all this interaction. What if you're dreading seeing family members who you anticipate will behave badly? What if you feel drained by all this merriment? Setting boundaries physically and energetically is the gift you give yourself. It's not an act of being stand-offish. It's actually and act of compassion and love towards yourself and all who you encounter. Be ready to submerge yourself in the figgy pudding of love, peace, and gratitude.
In this episode, we will cover the different circumstances to consider when trying to save a marraige with a straying spouse while also trying to put up acceptable boundaries. What are good boundaries? What boundaries are unnecessary? Which ones may do more harm than good? Tune in to find out.
How can you stop your spouse from behaviors destructive to him- herself, to you, to your family, or to your relationship?
You set boundaries.
How do you get your spouse to do the things necessary to keep your relationship alive when it seems it may not last?
You set criteria.
Boundaries and criteria are different. They have similarities, but the difference between them is crucial to understand. Even if a person sets and enforces solid boundaries, s/he may well be missing the effective restoration to a good relationship that can come with solid criteria.
Our experience is that most people either don't set boundaries, set boundaries that are too broad, or any number of other things that make the boundaries either impossible to keep, or that are ignored by their spouses.
We also witness people setting no criteria, poor criteria, and other mistakes that don't motivate their spouses to meet the criteria at all.
How do you set boundaries? In this program Joe Beam discusses that in detail. How to make them, what to avoid, when to enforce them, and why they work.
What about criteria? In this program, Joe explains the difference between boundaries and criteria, when to establish criteria, how to make ones that help, and how to use them to make your relationship better.
Criteria and boundaries are not wishes and wants: They establish absolute do's and absolute don't's.
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As an Empath, do you have difficulty setting healthy boundaries? Tune in to this week's program where we continue our converstation about setting healthy, loving boundaries and how to enforce them with the different relationships in our lives. Particularly, how to "draw the line in the sand and not cross it" with our children and how to lovingly communicate to your spouse/partner what you need from him/her.