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  • 00:48

    How to Change Your Brain with Your Mind with Jenny Harkleroad

    in Psychology

    Jenny Harkleroad is a big-hearted entrepreneur and business leader. With the power of the mind, Jenny overcame her past of chronic pain, addictions, bad relationships, and unhappiness. She never knew how sweet life could be until she changed her mind and that changed everything.
    Jenny has a dramatic story to share, breaking her back on a mountain cliff. That event changed everything and gave her a ferocious appetite to transform lives and help others create what’s missing in their lives.
    Listen in to the great conversation about the power of our minds! Or jump over to our YouTube channel (link below) to watch the video podcast.
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  • 00:10

    E6: How To Give Yourself The Gift Of Boundaries

    in Psychology

    What exactly is a boundary when it comes to relationships? Simply put, a boundary is a limit or space between you and the other person, a clear place where you begin and the other person ends. Think of it as a fence in your backyard. You are the gate keeper and get to decide who you let in and who you keep out, who you let into the whole back yard, or who you let just inside the gate. You may still be keeping a distance, but you are giving others a chance to prove their trustworthiness both physically and emotionally. The purpose of setting a healthy boundary is, of course, to protect and take good care of yourself.
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