I call it being emotionally constipated. Holding on to all the emotional "do do" from years and decades ago.
Are you one of those people who are still living with the "dodo" from the past?
If so, have you ever asked yourself the following question?
WHEN IS ENOUGH... ENOUGH????
How long do you think you are supposed to allow yourself to be a victim of something you had no control over?
Another year, another decade?
Forgiving is a decision not a feeling!! And you are already used to making tons of decision.
Here's the million dollar question.... Do you agree that everyone (including you) deserves to be emotionally free from the past........ from this day forward?
When it comes to asking for an apology, so many people fear confrontation, and the possibility of rejection. What if they respond harshly and we are hurt all over again?
In this episode of Leaving the Emotional Cage, we discover if confrontation is truly necessary in order to forgive someone else, and how to prepare for the most unwanted confrontations.
Sometimes reconciliation isn't possible.
When my father committed suicide, I had an enormous amount of regret, sadness, and remorse. I thought that I wasn't a good enough son. I felt as though my father missed out on our father-son relationship.
Eventually, I discovered that forgiving IS possible - even after someone has passed away.
Listen to this episode if you are suffering through grief and want to discover how to release yourself from this emotional baggage.
What happens when the people we expected and trusted the most hurt us?
In this episode, we discuss how to Forgive Our Immediate Family.
Whether there has been a family betrayal, abandonment, or hurt, forgiveness is possible.
Listen to this podcast to discover how you can heal yourself from the deep pain and wounds that began a long time ago...
This podcast series will take you step by step to a moment in your life where you can make an irrevocable....... nonnegotiable........ decision to leave the negative emotional past behind because everybody deserves to be emotionally free.
Many people live with a part of them from the past which can include anger, hate, bitterness, resentment ,shame, regret ,fear ,guilt, and much more.
These feelings were never ever meant to keep forever!
So the question is when is enough enough???
Regardless of what was said or done by others..... and regardless of your past actions you deserve to be emotionally free moving forward!!