It’s not you, it’s me.This phrase is often used jokingly, when someone wants to avoid telling someone why they no longer want to be in their life.
There’s rarely honestly that follows that line. The real version of this line should be, “It’s you, and it’s me.”I know too many people that struggle with setting boundaries with people they are close to- family members, co-workers, bosses, and friends.
It’s easy to pretend, or let things go, because you don’t want to upset them and stand your ground. In some cases, you might even believe you don’t deserve to set healthy boundaries, and commit to living a better life for you.Read more on positivelypositive.com