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Daily Application May 25, 2010 Setting Boundaries

May 24, 2010

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

“Setting boundaries”…

We don’t set boundaries… We anchor to a value system.

It is the responsibility of the giver to stop giving to takers.  Givers don’t carry a list of what they’ve given.  From the realm of business to personal: “What in me keeps perpetuating bringing a taker into my life?”  It is imposing your instincts on others…

Dependency on someone else’s approval:  Let it go.

Establish a value system.  It is between you and God.  Get them out of your secret place.

Highlights from March 30, 2008


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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kristie permalink
    May 25, 2010 7:13 am

    Talk about a reality check!!! I love this…As you have always taught me, “givers need to be with givers”…
    It is so true…and the value system with GOD…beautiful….:)

  2. kevin g permalink
    May 25, 2010 5:09 am

    Just what I needed for today. Wow. Kevin G. in South Dakota

  3. Abigail permalink
    May 25, 2010 3:15 am

    This is great because it applies to my life today and is something i am working on in my life this week. between God and I this person shouldn’t be in my life and many a intuitive thought have let me too believe this.
    Problem is my will and codependency is trying to hang on to this “friendship” which is not condusive to my growth… I am searching for a way to gently let this person know that it is unhealthy for me to engage. And for myself not to reengage with selfish motive.

    -A

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