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Why I Choose Boundaries Over Forgiveness

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For the past three years, I have been deconstructing how forgiveness shows up in my life. The relentless ties only left me feeling less than, not good enough, resentful and left me with people-pleasing codependency.

Follow me as I explain why I no longer choose forgiveness, but rather setting better boundaries in all my relationships, and how that set me free.

Recently, I had one of my husband’s longtime friends laugh at me when I told them you don’t need to forgive to heal. But rather you need trauma work to heal and to learn to set better boundaries.

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