How to Reorganize Your Relationships After the Stress of Isolation

Anthony Dufresne Dating and Relationships, Millennial Life Issues, Podcasts Leave a Comment

Let’s be real – YOU deserve to have people in your life that have your back and are eager to support you and love you and care for you on your journey.

And, if you now know someone is no longer a part of your tribe (whether they know it or not), then it’s time to take action and either demote them or delete them from your life.

Because, with the Coronavirus keeping us at home, the usual relationship dynamics with friends, family and intimate relationships have changed, some for good and some for bad.

And because it’s been politicized, it has also exposed people’s deep-seeded core values that may or may not align with your own.

And, with this being a HUGE, life-threatening Nodal Event, it has a big impact on you. It hits your core basic values of what’s really important to you in your life.

In the process of this happening, your thoughts and feelings about certain people in your life have probably shifted a little to a lot.

So, this week’s show is about providing a method to reorganize your relationships into a system that works for you.

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The current pandemic and isolation has provided you with the gift of clarity.

Because certain people in your life have been able to step up and others have shown that they just don’t belong in your tribe.

So, it’s important and necessary for you to go through these steps and reorganize your relationships.

Because, you deserve to have people in your life that have your back and are eager to support you and love you and care for you on your journey.

And, if you now know someone is no longer a part of your tribe (whether they know it or not), then it’s time to take action and either demote them or delete them from your life.

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