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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 how justiied we may believe ourselves to be, we are, nonetheless, victimizers, bullies and abusers. When we don't respect boundaries, we need to understand why and to address those issues.
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 boundaries by saying NO, might be avoiding confrontation, rejection, abandonment, or simply might just be afraid of hurting someone’s feelings.
If you have trouble setting boundaries, share your story with us. You are not alone. Listen to Open Book Blog Talk Radio on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 8:00 pm PST at
If you can relate to our topic, share with us by calling in at 646.4787.0114. Share your life with others who share theirs.
Are you having power struggles with your teen over what they can and cannot do?
You're not alone. It's a common dilemma in parenting teens, and one that has some parents pulling their hair out.
Let's face it. Teens don't know what the don't know. Therefore, it is up to you as the parent to create guidelines to help them make good life choices. While your teen may not like it or understand it, you have to set boundaries that will keep them safe.
Here to offer 8 simple steps on how to exercise love for your teens through boundaries is Linda Goldfarb, wife, mother, and founder of LPN, Live Powerfully Now Ministries.
Call us, 646-716-6910.
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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 As the host of this weekly radio show, Bonnie shares this valuable information, as well as tips, tools and strategies to help you enjoy the health, happiness and abundance you deserve. Bonnie presents fascinating topics on each show, with featured guests periodically. Listen in and feel free to ask questions as Bonnie shares information and tools you can use to truly enjoy your life! Learn more about Bonnie at www.bonniegroessl.com Visit her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheBridgeToHealth "Gluten-Free Recipes for Your Autistic Child -- How Attacking Food Allergies Can Improve Their Life" is on sale for a limited time for just 99 cents. Click here for more info.
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 the experience is created without boundaries?
How do you get what you need in a relationship and still have healthy boundaries?
Karen will discuss the fears around setting or resetting boundaries with people in your life.
Understanding that “No” is not a swear word.
Karen will discuss the potential of self-nurturing, the gift of recharging your battery and the power of creating your sacred space within healthy boundaries.
The Great Dads Radio hosts discuss this past week's Jets home game, the huge upset, and the fall out from the brawl that took place afterward. We will also be talking Halloween with & without the kids. Ground Breaking stories always heard here first on Great Dads Radio
We live in a world today that for whatever reason shunes the topic of sex as some underground issue or secret. When in reality sex and intimacy is as much of our everyday life as getting dressed and eating. In Fact Humans have two basic desires Food and Sex thats what keeps us motivated. why? it is built in our DNA as these two activities will guarantee the survival of the human race… We have cooking shows, restaurants and countless books on how to have great food and what to do to make it… why are the books, shops, tv shows and other information on how to have great sex so secret? On todays show we will shine a big bright light on this subject and we'll look at three important additions to one's sex life: position, time, and location to not just have sex but have great sex...With a few small additions to your sexual vocabulary you can break out of boredom and lead happier, more satisfying sex lives. Postions, Time of day and location- The key is to not get into a pattern of boredom. Be creative in all three areas for sex, try new positions, in a new place at a new time.. Keeping the same old same old can and will get old… that is a basic fact. This excites the brain and builds excitement in the most powerful human interaction of making love.
On this week's episode the Dads have Football Analyst Chris Kristofco back from his recent trip out to Green Bay. He will talk about the trip out to throwback weekend where the Packers beat the browns & a fun time was had by all. The guys will talk about what to expect for the second half of the NFL season, and talk about upcoming guest Tom Glavine, who will be on Thursday for a very special Halloween edition of Great Dads Radio
On this special World Series edition of Great Dads Radio the hosts are joined by future Major League Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine. Tom stops by to talk a baseball, hockey, as well as the joys of parenthood. Dont miss out on this fantastic episode where we interview one of the greatest left handed pitchers of all time.