Taking Your Power Back With Boundaries
In today's episode, you will learn more about:
Human 👭 Connection 👫 Specialist 👬
The best moment to disrupt, breakdown, disassemble inherited construct is when….
“Hitting rock 🗿 bottom, we don’t have the energy to F 🦆ck around anymore, to pretend that we are anything but who we are. This is the best moment to rebuild, to really ask questions because you’re so tired from pretending.” -Mark
What are Boundaries? Why do we need them?
Self-Worth & Boundaries
How do we create a respecting boundary?
People mistake WALLS with BOUNDARIES
Boundaries are teaching others how to love us & curating how others have access to us. Which teaches you that YOU have YOUR OWN BACK!
Your inner-warrior & inner-child
SELF-LOVE >> How do we begin to more fully love ourselves?
“Our mind is not who we are. Our mind is a computer and we have to decide that we are in charge of what runs on that computer.” -Mark
-comes from taking hyper-responsibility for your narratives and what runs in your background
-is a collection of rituals and behaviors that reinforce that you love yourself,
-is eradicating all the things that you do that hurt you.”
We have to change the behavior AND the belief
What healthy habits can we integrate into our life that reflects self-love?
We must face our bullsh💩t & bad choices - you have to know who you aren’t, to know who you are.
“All of us are F 🦆cking yoda! We’re all sittin’ around with so much wisdom.”
Vulnerability - a raw openness
“You cannot go deeper with anyone than you have gone with you. That’s why the inner-work is so much more important. You have to get to know the dusty parts of your soul, you have to go to the corners of your heart that you have locked in a room…”
Emotional patterns are all inherited & taught 🚸
Hurt people, hurt people >> Healed people, heal people
Plus, SOOOOOO much more…
Mentions: Episode #111
Mark Groves has a specialized interest in the area of Human Connection. He’s an author, speaker and sales consultant. He’s in love with science, psychology, and uncovering the mysteries of what makes great relationships work. Speaking of that, he’s certain there are no “secrets” when it comes to great relationships. Rather, he believes that all relationships are by design and we are all the architects of what we want.
Mark has a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology and has written for Plenty of Fish, Thought Catalog, Goodmen Project and is the Relationship Columnist for 24 Hours Newspaper. When he’s not working with clients you’ll find him traveling the globe, playing in the mountains and ocean, or pretty much anything that gets his heart beating in the paradise that is Vancouver, BC.
Visit Mark online: markgroves.tv