Red Flags are sometimes hard to see. Let's break down how we can recognize them better.

 

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could size up relationships and evaluate them before we discover we’ve made a terrible mistake?

None of us have crystal balls.

 

But all of us can fine-tune our intuition and awareness so we see the red flags instead of ignoring them.

This week’s podcast gives you ways to notice these red flags, put them in context and decide what actions to take.

Kierstyn and Tiffany share red flags they've experienced, and what the community is navigating as a whole.  

Join us so you can take action now when you see flags vs paying later.

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Red Flags:
Ignore Now,
Pay Later

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Learn more about a 4-week intensive to explore your current situation and decide if you should stay or leave your relationship

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Should I Stay
or Should I Go?

Should I stay in this relationship, choose to recommit, and figure
out what needs to change, or should I end this relationship and give myself permission to leave and heal on my own?

If you are asking any of these questions, this 4 week clarity intensive is for you

Our

Listeners 
Favorite

Moments:

[o6:24] How to come up with a plan for how you will leave a relationship.

[08:25] The best way to keep a journal and why this is such a powerful tool in the healing process.

[18:17] How to use your non-negotiables to size up the quality of a relationship.

[o7:22] Why paying attention to your intuition is always a smart move.

[10:27] Why boundaries are so important and how they tend to shift in an abusive relationship.

21:24] How codependency really works and can easily spiral out of control.

Links Mentioned in Episode: 

Should I Stay or Should I Go 4 Week Intensive:

www.therelationshiprecovery.com/stayorgo

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