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When we fail to set boundaries or set them and fail to maintain them, we make ourselves victims of those who need boundary setting. When we don't set and maintain boundaries, and then complain about the subsequent abuse, we are reinforcing our victimhood and not taking responsibility for what happens to us. When we don't set and maintain boundaries, we need to understand why and to address those issues. When others have set boundaries with us and we do not respect them, regardless of h
Do your relationships have you feeling a little emotionally drained lately? Do you take care of problems and emergencies of others as if they are your own? If family, friends, a significant other, or co-workers are invading your time and space, and you find it hard to say no because of fear and guilt, it might be time for you to set some healthy boundaries. Boundaries are the limitations we set for ourselves and others. Those of us who have trouble setting
On Friday November 8, 2013 1PM PST our guest will be Allison Bottke, is author of the latest "Setting Boundaries Series For Women. She has the same title for Aging Parents, Teens, Difficult People, and more. She appearears frequently on Good Morning Texas, 700 Club, Focus On The Family, The Dr. Laura Show andmore. Please visit her website at www.allisonbottke.com. Don't forget to support the lady producers of Project Red Slipper http://www.gofundme.com/yyles or go to the
Karen Matheson is a Master & Certified Hypnotherapist, Regression Therapist and a Psychosomatic Therapist and also an Intuitive with three death experiences all of this gives her an interesting prospective on why we are here and what this journey is all about. Karen will discuss boundaries in relationship also the fear that comes from setting them and when the lines have been crossed how to repair them. There has been awareness about this journey being about YOU, but does that mean that t
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Today we will talk about boundaries and learing to say "when". We often want everything to be perfect. Learning to decide when it's good enough can free us up for great things! "I help people who want more out of life to achieve the health, happiness and abundance they deserve" ~ Bonnie Bonnie is recognized as an expert in helping people make changes to achieve their goals. "I love helping peope live their dreams!" ~ Bonnie&nbs
Are you in an abusive relationship? Perhaps you have weak boundaries... Boundaries are simply the things people can't do to you, lines that will protect you and allow you to be your best... Tune in as we explore the four types of boundaries and what areas of your life boundaries are needed most. Call 818-572-4953 to talk with H.I.P. Living Now host Charles & Shakira if you have any questions and comments. Don't forget to hit us up on social media @HIPcoaches or visit us as www.hip
What are your boundary issues? Allow Dr. Kim to give you some insight on possible solutions for you!
Boundaries are one of the most critical components for establishing healthy relationships. Boundaries are the tools we use to establish who we are and how we want to be treated. Establishing boundaries is a sign of self-respect and ultimately teaches others to treat us with respect.
Yet boundaries are also a common source of conflict and tension. When you aren't clear about your boundaries, it's impossible for other people to recognize and respect your boundaries, which results in them inadvertently taking advantage of you. When your boundaries are violated, you feel a whole host of negative emotions, such as anxiety, irritation, guilt and anger. You may believe that you're being taken advantage of or treated poorly; you may even begin to feel that you are worth less than other people.
Sharon McRill, owner of The Betty Brigade, will be talking with business coach, Gary Daly about personal goal setting and why it's important.
Gary Daly has a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Project Management. He is an accredited FIFA football agent, and is also a business development manager.
He decided to pursue a career in sales after University. He had a crazy start to this, the company he decided to work for was about to go bankrupt but Gary decided to stay and help the company out of this dire situation. He poured his heart and soul into learning from the best goal achievers in the world. As a result of his efforts, Gary was able to help the company out of bankruptcy by becoming the best sales person he could be and is now the author of an eBook on Amazon called “Personal Goal Setting”
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Marriage is the union between two people under GOD coming together as one. The concept of "What's yours is mines and Mines is Yours" should be a major part in continuing a healthy working marriage. But, are there any boundaries in a marriage between the husband and wife? With dealing with marital issue, is it ok to release this information with your family members, friends, or co-workers? Should men and women who have friends of the opposite sex continue their re
Too few people set boundaries and they are necessary for honoring your life. Life without boundaries is like jumping from a plane without a parachute. It is dangerous and deadly. Boundaries that are healthy help everyone involved. They will know how you expect to be treated and you will be able to breathe. On tonight's show Tony and LaTara will help you to determine what boundaries look like for your life and how to set them so that they are productive and healthy.
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Ellen Hartson is a Martha Beck Certified Relationship and Life Coach, as well as a licensed therapist. She has been helping women with their relationships for 25 years. Ellen’s approach is based on the belief that a woman must be her best self first before she can be her best self as a partner. She teaches her clients 3 basic skills to achieve this:
Learn to focus on her own needs in a healthy way,
Take complete responsibility for her emotions ,
Accept her partner for who they are and stop trying to change them.
Ellen summarizes all these skills as learning healthy boundaries.