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S1E4: Unspoken Rules: How To Break Old Norms of Relating

S1E4: Unspoken Rules: How To Break Old Norms of Relating

We are all products of our past. The way we relate to others in the present is a remnant of how we learned to relate as kids. But, which old ways of relating have outlived their relevance?  Miz and Meg look at how we hold back from being our true selves, how that inhibits us from feeling fully free, and how to start chipping away at these unspoken, unwritten rules. The potential for more authentic connection, more fulfillment in our relationships, and living a life free of regret lies in our ability to feel uncomfortable.  They leave us with action items to begin building this essential life skill that may just change our lives.

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