You asked for it and so here it is, an episode all about boundaries. Join in to hear what they are, what they aren't and why they are so important.
Boundaries by Cloud and Townsend
I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better by Gary and Joy Lundberg
Ep. 29: Agreements Instead of Expectations
Ep. 55: Be Kind, Not Nice
Brene Brown on Boundaries (video)
Self-Compassion Website (Dr. Kristin Neff)
Rise Up Restored Podcast (Beckie Hennessy as a guest)
This episode builds on the previous episode and adds in some advanced self-care practices to consider.
Boundaries by Townsend and Cloud
Clarifying Values (from the book The Confidence Gap by Russ Harris)
Boundaries Video with Brene Brown
Dare to Lead by Brene Brown (values exercise)
Specialized Therapy (yeah, it's me guys.)
Reaching Out Criteria (from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Support Guide: Help for Spouses and Family of Those in Recovery)
Self-care is a buzz word right now...
but a lot of folks are missing the mark.
Listen in as I share my definition of self-care and as I share 5 basic self-cares (is that a word??) that we all need to
consider doing daily.
Liberating Saints through Leading Saints
The Dear Daughter Workshop through Daisy May and Me has occurred already. Check out Mollie's website for upcoming events.
Brene Brown's podcast episode with David Eagleman
Let's talk about some go to how to's when it comes to practicing gratitude through healing and recovery.
(SPOILER ALERT. It does NOT include the phrase 'at least'...)
If you're a Facebook friend or an Instagram follower, you may wonder where I went. Listen in as I explain the unconventional reasons why I parted ways with Instagram and Facebook.
Come hang out with me as we talk about the beauties and the beasts of wading through a pandemic having experienced betrayal.
This is 4 of 4 cornerstones that are present in recovery and healing from betrayal. In this episode we talk about God and what He can do for you in recovery and healing.
PS. This is by far my favorite cornerstone.
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