Would you like to learn how to protect yourself from the negative people in your world?
Because let’s face it, we all know someone who’s gloom and doom, or thrives on drama, is a chronic complainer or gossips behind your back and if we’re not careful we can get sucked into the undertow.
This can be especially challenging if it’s a loved one, parent, sibling, good friend or co-worker.
I have a client who shared she is struggling with this right now. Every conversation she has with her soon to be ex is laced with venom. After each interaction she feels herself falling down into the rabbit hole and has a hard time getting out. She gets stuck in all the nasty negativity letting it affect her work, happiness, parenting abilities and overall quality of life.
Wouldn’t you like to be Teflon to whatever is going on in your surrounding circumstances? To stay centered and happy – letting others have their experience and not letting their experience have you?
It is possible.
Eleanor Roosevelt said, “All the water in the world can’t drown you unless it gets inside.”
That’s where the bubble comes in.