Reclaim your power to take charge of your life
- Set healthy boundaries.
Establish rules that limit the influence of the person you are trying to protect yourself from. Make sure to inform them that they cannot undermine your authority, and if they do, they will be asked to leave.
- Stop complaining.
Recognize that venting to your friends, your partner, or any other person only fuels your frustration and wastes your time and energy.
- Analyze where you usually spend your time and energy.
How much time and energy do you devote to various aspects of your life? This will help you see how much power you are giving to the person you are trying to protect yourself from.
- Identify people who have taken your power.
Take a close look at the people you are devoting your time and energy toward. Are they the people you want to receive it from? If not, you may be giving them more power than you think they deserve.
- Focus on nurturing relationships.
Instead of devoting your energy to the person you are trying to protect yourself from, focus on nurturing your relationships with other important people in your life.
- Develop self-awareness.
Identify when you blame external circumstances and other people for how you think, feel, and behave.
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