73: Understanding Natural Consequences

Natural consequences are the inevitable result of a person’s actions and I explain how enabling gets in the way of this.

Show Notes
The natural consequences of negative behavior are typically negative. However, many people buffer, block or filter the consequences of other’s behavior by enabling them. Enabling is when we fix, solve, or make the consequences for someone’s behavior go away. This episode will give you an understanding what natural consequences are, how they work and how to allow them. 

You might find these programs helpful: 

  • Al-Anon – Help and hope for people who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.
  •  Adult Children of Alcoholics & Dysfunctional Families (ACA or ACOA) – A 12 step and 12 tradition program for adults who grew up in dysfunctional families)
  • Codependent’s Anonymous (CoDa) – A 12 Step and 12 Tradition program for people who tend to focus on things outside themselves as their sole source of identity, value and well being (including mates, friends, our children and other family members)

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