Have you ever walked away from a circle of relatives gathering scratching your head wondering what just happened? Travelling with Martha as she weaves her personal journey with theory, we gain clarity and insight into our circle of relatives patterns, how to identify those patterns and use personal boundaries to develop healthier relationships. Martha helps us to have in mind what’s going on within our circle of relatives, why it’s happening and how we will move forward. We discover ways to identify and value our own needs, and how to take responsibility for our own emotional well being.
Is it them or is it me? comes from a framework of circle of relatives patterns, individual strategic behaviors, and how we get caught up in it all. When we will take a step back, and with curiosity and compassion, look at the patterns, we are better in a position to take ownership of what’s ours, and hand back what isn’t. As a substitute of going on autopilot and reacting, we will have awareness and create space for a healthy response.
We won’t have the ability to create change in our circle of relatives, but we will start to create healthy change for our self.