🎯There’s something to be said for keeping the peace. It’s important to understand how to engage with or be around people that challenge us. Sometimes, keeping the peace actually means enabling abuse. If keeping the peace means:- walking on eggshells around people - denying part of your experience or accepting someone else denying it- allowing emotionally harmful behavior in the name of getting along - having your feelings invalidated, shamed, or mocked. - having your boundaries violated (or not being able to place them) - being forced to or pressured to do things you don’t want to or choose not to do.Keeping the peace means everyone is (at some level of peace). It doesn’t mean you must betray yourself, your values, or your boundaries #selfhealers ... See MoreSee Less
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