Category Archives: boundaries

I Don’t Need to Read Everything and Neither Do You

Some thoughts about preserving mental health by choosing to be less well informed. Continue reading

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One of the Most Difficult Things I’ve Ever Had to Do

I consider myself a good boundary setter, but this was a huge fail for me. Continue reading

Posted in anger, boundaries, clinical trial, listening, you can't make this stuff up | 11 Comments

Clinging to Routine

We cling to routine like hands grip a lifeboat, even though the storm is past, objects on the horizon grow larger and our feet can touch bottom again. Dinner at five-thirty, grocery shopping on Thursdays, Sunday lunch, always the same. … Continue reading

Posted in boundaries, comfort zone, control, fear, letting go, Uncategorized | 2 Comments