RMA-Episode 80 Show Notes:
This week on a very special episode of RMA, Mike and Nat welcome Erin back to the podcast to talk about boundaries and codependency. Boundaries are the rules you create to let people know how to treat you. Healthy boundaries create separation between people. In codependency, these boundaries are weak. You feel responsible for how other people feel and want to make them feel better. Mike and Nat, two people-pleasers that don’t like to say no, try to understand the how and why of setting healthy boundaries. Can Erin help them figure it out?
Plus, Grant stops by for The Big Three with SLP, Mike shares some lessons learned from a sober business trip, and the Monksters Speak about why it’s so hard to tell people you don’t drink anymore. Also, a new review, a listener email, RITN and The Week in Weird on a calm, assertive and respectful episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.
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