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Ep #29: Codependent Thinking

Connection is a vital ingredient for a healthy, happy human life. Our relationships with others can be uplifting and fun in good times and safe havens in tougher ones. But it’s important to remember that relationships of all types should consist of autonomous people coming together to respect and support each other – rather than…
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Ep #28: Giving Emotional Consent

Last week, we talked about emotional consent and why asking people if they want your input before speaking can be such a supportive practice. Building on that, today we’re talking about the opposite side of this interaction and being the person who’s sharing. If your conversational partner asks you for emotional consent before sharing their…
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Ep #27: Getting Emotional Consent

Have you ever wanted to talk to a friend about a problem – not because you wanted advice, but just to vent – and they jumped immediately into telling you how you should handle the situation? Or have you ever done this to someone else? It doesn’t feel very good to be on either side…
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Ep #26: Reparenting In Action

Reparenting ourselves is one of the most healing, transformative things we can do for our overall wellness. Understanding and tending to wounds that have been affecting us since childhood requires patience, self-compassion, and daily dedication – but I promise this process is so worth it. It can be hard to know where to start with…
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Ep #25: Reparenting Your Inner Child

All of us experience scary, unsettling, or patronizing events when we’re children – often many times. Kids are incredibly sensitive to both sorrow and joy, and it makes sense that our early impressions of these emotions (and the experiences that are linked to them) stick with us well into adulthood. And sometimes, the adults in…
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Ep #24: Emotional Adulthood

As adults, we sometimes do things that seem totally out of alignment with our grown-up sensibilities. Like flipping someone off in traffic, or having a meltdown about missing the train that’s supposed to take you to yoga class, or snapping at your family for being vaguely annoying. These are great examples of moments where we…
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