Episode 68: Spotting Controlling Relationships
We are all WORTHY of being loved for who we really are. Love shouldn’t be conditional, judgemental, or leave you feeling isolated from family and friends. In this new episode, Sarrah and Erin remind us that healthy love is positive, makes us feel safe, and encourages us to strive for better. They discuss potential red flags and why it’s more harmful to stay in a toxic relationship just to mitigate potential damage. And how it can leave you vulnerable to more pain, both physically and emotionally. Emphasizing that while we need to be able to stand up for our own needs, it’s VERY important to have a strong support system. We’re all in this together!
“Find ways to heal. Heal yourself, heal your own wounding, so that you’re not projecting this onto other people” – Sarrah Rose
In This Episode:
- Why we need people who have our best interest at heart AND will have the courage to tell you when something is wrong.
- Friends and family can only help so much, sometimes you NEED professional help and that is OKAY!
- Leaving a toxic relationship is a HEALTHY choice.
- Are you wound mates or soulmates – find out the difference today!
- And, so much more!
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