Listener Favorite Series: Episode 120: Healthy boundaries for sanity and happiness, Part 1

It’s the Listener Favorite Series!


These are the shows that we heard that you listened to again… and again … because you learned some fresh new things that made life get better.
The kind of things that are useful to everyone, everyday, yet no one else is talking about in the way we do in these podcasts. Positive anger, healthy boundaries, an accurate intuition to guide you along, our life with the Invisible. Here they come again, so, enjoy! again! And thanks for sharing it with a friend.

Mary Hayes Grieco and Erin Warhol


Hi friends,

If I do say so myself,
these next two podcasts are
so thick with useful ideas,

you might want to get a notebook and scribble away as you listen to them.

Erin and I tackle a vitally important and seldom discussed health concept: our personal boundaries.

As we all know, being a sane person is a hard gig to master and maintain in our wildly dysfunctional world.
It’s important for each of us to have a basic sense of our worth and rights, and to delineate for ourself and others how we expect to be treated.

Our boundary preserves our integrity and our sanity with certain people and situations, andit’s a skill set that too few of us learned from our families.

How do we know that our personal boundaries are in good shape today?
We feel relaxed, safe, clear-headed, and confident.

Hey, I want that. You too?

So say goodbye to stress and resentment and join us these next 2 weeks in a Boundaries Tune-Up.

We’ll encourage you to say that golden word,


to someone like you are handing them a jewel,

and to enjoy the power of subtraction which makes room for the things that you want in your life.

Be the King or Queen of your life!

Rockin’ the ordinary people power,

Mary Hayes Grieco & Erin Warhol


From the global intensity that erupts:

-when one country’s military crosses over a border of another country,
-to the obssessive worrying of a co-dependant,
-to the silent steamy contempt of an introvert
who didn’t get enough private time  silence with their morning coffee —

“boundaries” are a key component

of keeping the peace
on both a large and a small scale.

Why is it that women are so much worse at saying “no” than men are?  

How do you teach healthy boundaries to a sensitive child?

Should you sleep with someone because THEY really need it?

Do you HAVE to loan someone your bike even though you don’t ride it?

How do we make room for our dreams in an already overcrowded daily life?

Erin and Mary launch two weeks of power-packed thinking
about the subtle but vital art of

knowing our boundaries,

and how to  set them

or re-set them

when we are feeling stressed or resentful
with people or situations.

Posted on February 27, 2016 | Discuss on Facebook

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