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Holiday season is quickly approaching as, many of us know, scheduling, baking, traveling, and life will get more hectic... especially if you're dreading going to your in-laws because you know what you'll find there: CONTROL, CONTROL, CONTROL. Join me as we discuss 25 strategic ways to create and keep healthy boundaries with overbearing in-laws.
At the heart of self care is the ability to say, "No." When you cannot say 'no', you spend your time and energy doing what someone else wants you to do. You may recognize that you need stronger boundaries but setting boundaries can be difficult. The inability to say no is nearly always due to guilt and shame, usually false guilt and shame. The first step to setting healthy boundaries is to understand what is preventing you from setting and keeping boundaries that are right for your health and your self-care.
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To make this separation/divorce time easier on you, your ex, and most importantly – your children, follow these 15 Boundaries. These boundaries have been used by me, my ex, and my clients with much success. These are not easy, but doable – and essential for you to keep your sanity – and keep your children insulated from this tumultuous process.
10 Ways to Create Healthy Boundaries With Your Ex During & After Divorce:
Insulate the children from the process and your emotions about the process as much as possible.
Treat your ex and the process like a business transaction.
Keep your ex up to date on all happenings with the children when they are with you.
Never, ever leave nasty: emails, fb messages, voice mails, tweets.
If you are separated in the same house
Keep your home sacred and peaceful
Use your words Carefully
Stay out of your ex’s phone, computer, and email.
Get as much support as you can. You are allowed your feelings. It’s how and when you express them that can be an issue
Family may not be your best source of support
Stay away from friends that want to live their awful divorce through you
Find a Family Therapist to help your children deal with their losses
Don’t be afraid to walk away
You can’t control your ex – so don’t even try
Therapy and Coaching is your friend
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Join Shirley and Julia for a frank talk about the differences between setting healthy boundaries and putting up walls in our relationships.
Real talk from real people. Join in on the conversation. Come and get real with us.
Tim Ray is the special return guest joining Life Coach Ade for "Healthy Boundaries - The Key to Good Relationships" on the Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show.
Based on Tim's work with clients over many years, Ray maps out what healthy boundaries are and how we can practice them in our relationships – be it with your partner, your boss, your mother-in-law, your children or your ex. With healthy boundaries, you experience a new level of mutual respect and intimacy in all your relationships. Tim Ray and Life Coach Ade are going to support you in setting healthy boundaries to experience your best life. Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook. Also, don't miss Celestial Moment with Celeste Morgan. She offers the energy of the day! For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com
Do you find yourself saying, "Yes," to requests for your help when your mind is screaming, "NO!!"? Does how you invest your time truely reflect your priorities? Having healthy boundaries helps us to say, Yes," to what is good and supports our priorities, and "No," when the request means time away from our priorites. Listen to explore strategies to create healthy boundaries, to prioritize, and to nicely say, "No." Visit www.BrainBonanza.com to lear
Due to technical difficulties, only seven minutes of this show was actually recorded, the introduction and a closing. To hear more about healthy boundaries, you can listen to the April 2, 2011 segment of Saving Superwoman here on Blogtalkradio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/savingsuperwoman/2011/04/02/setting-healthy-boundaries . In the week ahead, take at least one action to create, or honor, a healthy boundary in your life!
Are setting boundaries difficult for you? Are your children crossing the line and dismissing you? Do your relationships suffer from defined boundaries? Are you looking for a fresh perspective in expressing yourself? Celebrity Therapist, Melody J. Anderson, provides compassion, expertise and humor to help you create healthier boundaries in your life. Join Melody and me on Tuesday, June 1
What are healthy boundaries and limits regarding our children? What about with our own mothers and fathers now that we're grown, especially if we're making different parenting choices? What are healthy limits with our partner? What does that mean?! And HOW do we do it? Join Rebecca Thompson, MS, and Christy Farr of Seeds and Weeds Coaching to find out!
In life, our relationships bring us the most joy> When our relationships are unhealthy, they cause us the most pain. Learning to maintain life-giving relationships is crucial to our happiness and success. Today, we will exlplore the points below with our special Guest, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Karla Downing. Karla is an expert in dealing with difficult relationships, codependency and setting healthy boundaries. What is an unhealthy or toxic relationship? How do yo
Join Joyce as she interviews Rachel Whalley of Healing For Good Girls and Mindful Conflict Mentor on how to discuss difficult topics with your parents. Rachel teaches you how to deal with conflict, learn to negotiate and set healthy boundaries.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
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