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How To Reclaim Your Personal Power

Your power to influence your life is a gift bestowed by a Creator and not merely the gift of your parents that gave you a life. Don’t waste it and use it. Take charge and be a great example to those who are still on life’s journey to change and become as strong as you can be.

This is a new post for me as I’m still a bit uncomfortable with telling people what to do or how to feel. That said, I hope you are able to listen to this and give it a try. My post describes some simple things that you can do to reclaim your personal power to influence your life in ways that will improve your life and the lives of those you love. If you are not interested in the specific things, feel free to skip past those sections and get back to the rest of the post.

Now it’s time for some good old fashioned inspiration! Enjoy! For some more inspiration on how to live a healthier, happier life, please see: A Life of Health . For more thoughts on what makes a great life, follow me here . Also, you might like my other post about how to be the best spouse in the world , which is worth a read. Now back to my message. My advice is for you to set boundaries. Boundaries are what separate you from a life of abuse. I mean, who would want to spend every waking moment being abused? It’s not that easy, is it? It’s the exact opposite of empowering and empowering is actually destroying your relationship with the one you love. If you are struggling with this and want to learn more about some of the skills you can use to build a healthy balance there, then you are in the right place. If you’d like to learn how these skills can be applied to your marital and intimate relationships, please read my post, How to Stop Getting Hurt by Your Partner . Please don’t get me wrong, if anyone abuses you, they are not your responsibility. You know their role and they can’t be relied on to stop. What you can be is a source of love and guidance, and of course, a resource in your relationship. You can be a strong, supportive partner even if you are also a victim. It’s a tough process, but it can be done. I hope you are able to follow this advice, and if you are, thank you.

This post is part of a collection from other popular posts. This original blog post is published here , and it is the first part of a four-part resource on living a healthy and happier life . These posts are available at my new web site (see below).

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It’s a new blog that I created to share advice, ideas and wisdom on all things relationships. This includes relationships and sex. The site was the brainchild of a good friend of mine who is a couple of years younger than me. He’s now one of the nicest guys I know so I decided to create a new, adult site to get more of his advice and wisdom. I hope you enjoy this blog. I think you’ll find a lot of gems.