How to Leave a Hijackal With Your Spiritual Self Intact GUEST: Lily Sanders
EMOTIONAL SAVVY: The Relationship Help Show
with Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor
HOW TO LEAVE A HIJACKAL WITH YOUR SPIRITUAL SELF INTACT - Episode 38
GUEST: Lily Sanders, Author of Truth to Triumph: A Spiritual Guide to Finding Your Truth
DR. RHOBERTA SHALER:
You've likely not happy when you blurt something out, and think better of it later, right?
You want to have the presence of mind to be your best self, even in the face of irrationality, rudeness, and toxicity.
Today's show begins with Dr. Rhoberta Shaler sharing how to be able to respond, rather than react, even in difficult circumstances, with difficult, toxic people. You can bring your best self forward, even in those moments.Using these tips can significantly increase your self-confidence, too.
GUEST: Lily Sanders
Lily Sander's life experiences with domestic violence, co-parenting, and intense compassion have gifted her a purpose to write, influence and coach others. She specializes in transition and spiritual guidance. She teaches others how to stop seeing themselves as a victim, and instead, learn how to use these experiences to become an empowered expression of love and truth.
Being held captive by a relentlessly difficult, unpredictable partner is frightening. And, it gets worse when you have children! Today's guest, Lily Sanders, walked through this, and she shares her journey and the wisdom she gained from the experience. You may be in a similar situation, and her story can light your path to a safer future. A few things we discussed:
- How to get ready to face the truth of a long-term difficult relationship
- What is takes to recognize what's happening as abuse
- How "guarding your thoughts" applies to parenting
- Key things you can change in your life to experience inner peace
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