Believe it or not, the people you love the most might be the biggest barrier to you getting what you want out of life. If you’re in a codependent relationship or multiple codependent relationships, you might be getting lots of value and external validation by taking care of other people. It can be kind of scary to let go of that and start focusing on the things you need to get done. You might even feel neurotic guilt and anxiety for putting your needs first and saying no to things. To experience success you have to stop self-sabotaging yourself in this way and as you do so it’s going to give you the opportunity to practice in soothing your neurotic guilt and anxiety. That guilt and anxiety that comes up when you believe that you should be there helping other people solve their problems, or that you’ll be resented, or sabotaged if you succeed. For a person to live up to their greatest potential they must learn how to ask for help, hire people, fire people, and how to delegate. Most people in general are not good at asking for help or building cooperative relationships. But to succeed in life, you have to surround yourself with like minded people. Don’t try to succeed in isolation. Don’t try to reinvent the wheel. Join us this week at Integrated Men where we will be catching up with one another, integrating into mature adulthood, discussing the importance of releasing codependent relationships, why saying no is important, and the value of building cooperative relationships to get your needs met in life so you can experience true satisfaction. We’re finishing Success September strong. If you are not a member of the Integrated Men’s Personal Development Community and would like to attend the meeting please join us at https://apply.integratedmen.net/join
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