Archive for the ‘Relational Abuse’ Category

Choose To Forgive

Choosing to forgive is one of the foundational steps a person must take in order to see a turn-around in their life.
Yet, there are many reasons you might hold on to unforgiveness.
Read the list of suggestions I have and ask God if any of these apply to you.
Allow the Holy Spirit [...]

Join me for the “Why Can’t We Just Get Along?” Telephone Workshop

A while back I offered a  FREE 3- part video teaching
entitled, “Why Can’t We Just Get Along? Change Your
Relating Style, Change Your Life”.  In this teaching I
shared on 3 KEY PRINCIPLES for healthy boundary
setting.
The first video talked about KNOW OTHERS:
I shared how to understand the four common relating
styles and how knowing this could help you [...]

Do You Need Boundaries In Your Relationships This Christmas?

Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. This is a time when we gather together with family and friends to celebrate the birth of Christ. Yet, not all our relationships with others are enjoyable. Conflict and strained relationships can tend to be more highlighted at this time of the year. Some of these relationships [...]

6 Reasons Why It Is Hard To Set Boundaries

Why are we sometimes afraid or reluctant to set a healthy boundary for ourselves?  What gets in the way?  I have 6 reasons why I feel we might get stuck in the non-action mode. 
1.  We do not believe in ourselves.   We are told our value is based on our performance.  So since we each know our shortcomings, [...]

3 Types of Boundary Setting

There are 3 common ways in which I see woman setting boundaries in their life.  
1.  The  “brick wall” [seen as being pushy] . 
The trouble with this type of boundary is that nobody can get into your life, and you often cannot get into anybody else’s.  The brick wall is made up of hurt, disappointment, and unfulfilled [...]