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October 4, 2022 97 min

Women naturally bring supportive energy to relationships. 

And because of social conditioning plus the heart and soul we put into what we are creating, we also become overly accountable for others’ happiness and well-being.

We do it all…

This pushes us to keep giving, giving, giving that supportive energy … and we often lose track of our own needs. We give more than we’re getting. 

This is depleting and soul-crushing, leading to cycles of burnout and stress that aren’t good for our bodies or our health.

This was especially true for me in my early adult life.

I had a belief that I was really strong and capable. I could handle a lot of things. 

And people could count on me. I was resilient. I never gave up easily.

I was a natural leader who didn't know how to hold others accountable or to make sure that my needs were met, too.

Over time, the stress created so much burnout.

When I started to realize that I wasn’t managing my life well, I began making big shifts around what I expected if I was going to assume leadership or be accountable for results. 

Have you been in a situation where others relied on you for accountability and support… bringing you to the edge of burnout?. 

This episode with my fabulous friend, Dr. Deborah Fryer will shift your mindset around creating support when you’re stressed to the max… to help you more powerfully receive what you need to keep showing up powerfully for others. 

In this episode, we’ll discuss:

  • How to make yourself visible, valuable and valid to create mutually fulfilling relationships
  • One liberating way to communicate and get what you need without feeling guilt, shame and selfishness
  • The common misconception about getting the support you need–and how these toxic beliefs keep you stuck
  •  2 effective ways to make a relationship work when it’s too important to let go
  • A handy worksheet that will help you let go of disappointment, anger and frustration towards others to relieve stress and avoid burnout
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