How do you end something that’s not serving you? It’s one thing to get rid of a toxic relationship or the unhealthy workplace. But how do you let go of the good things in your life?
Maybe you don’t have the bandwidth for that new opportunity or relationship. Saying, “No,” seems terrifying because you don’t want to miss something special.
Then again, if saying, “Yes,” to others means saying, “No,” to yourself, you’ll be missing out on something greater than opportunity. You will be neglecting and betraying yourself.
As we head into the weekend, take time to reflect on what areas of your life have overstayed their welcome. One of our top posts on knowing what you can and can’t control should help.
What It’s Like to be the Daughter of a Sociopath
(The Exhausted Woman) – These are the insidious lies sociopaths tell and why being related to one can be hazardous to your health.
How to Spot a Serial Rebounder Like a Pro
(Hear Me Out!) – People who jump from one relationship to the next often struggle with self-esteem. Heed the signs before you get in too deep.
Respecting Children as Equal Family Members: A Novel Concept from the 1950s
(Narcissism Meets Normalcy) – Could this 1950s film hold the keys to the ideal family life?
10 Things You Should Never Say To Someone With Bipolar Disorder
(Being Beautifully Bipolar) – It’s the hurtful things people say to you and what you wish you could say back.
Recognizing What You Can Control and Accepting What You Can’t
(Happily Imperfect) – If you’re controlling, stressed out, angry and don’t have time for yourself, you’re probably spending too much energy on what you can’t control.