Daylight Savings Time ends tomorrow and just as many of us are preparing to "FALL BACK" in time, we should also prepare to "FALL BACK" in theory.
Falling back from people, places, and things that use and devalue you is essential for your well-being. Here are a few ways that have helped me "FALL BACK" in areas:
1. Recognize the Signs: Be aware of the signs of being used or devalued in a relationship, partnership, friendship, or kinship. These signs can include feeling constantly drained, taken for granted, or disrespected.
2. Evaluate the "SHIPS": Take a step back and assess the relationship, partnership, friendship, or kinship.. Consider the impact it has on your mental and emotional health. Is it worth maintaining?
3. Set Boundaries: Establish clear boundaries for what you will and won't tolerate in the relationship, partnership, friendship, or kinship. Communicate these boundaries assertively but kindly.
4. Communicate Your Feelings: Have an open and honest conversation with the person or people. Express how their actions make you feel and explain that you deserve respect and consideration.
5. Minimize Contact: Gradually reduce the amount of time and interaction you have with the person or people. This can include limiting calls, texts, or social interactions.
6. Surround Yourself with Support: Seek the company of friends and family who value and respect you. Building a strong support network can help you through this process.
7. Focus on Self-Care: Invest in self-care and personal growth. Engage in activities that boost your self-esteem and well-being.
8. Seek Professional Help: If the situation is emotionally challenging or abusive, consider seeking help from a therapist or counselor who can provide guidance and support.
9. Reflect and Learn: Use this experience as a learning opportunity. Understand the red flags to avoid similar situations in the future.
10. Move Forward: As you distance yourself from the people who use and devalue you, concentrate on building healthier relationships with those who appreciate and respect you.
Remember, prioritizing your well-being is crucial, and it's okay to distance yourself from toxic relationships for your own happiness and personal growth.
What are you going to "FALL BACK" from?
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