It wasn’t until several years into my recovery that I realized there were certain things that I thought were fused were not actually fused. That is, I thought where one thing existed, the other automatically existed as well. Not only did I grow to understand this was not true, I realized many of the examples of this in my life had to do with dating and that building healthy boundaries was what helped me change my perspective. This week’s episode 208 of the Fragmented to Whole Podcast is about how healthy boundaries allow you to detect nuance.
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In this episode of the Fragmented to Whole Podcast, I’m sharing some examples from my life where I was able to make the distinction between things I had previously thought were fused and the reasons why this type of discernment has everything to do with setting healthy boundaries.
As I’ve built better and better boundaries, I’ve gotten a lot more clarity about a lot of things. It’s almost like building healthy boundaries, which requires clarity, gives me the desire to seek clarity in many other areas of my life.
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