Reader Question: Family Relationships, Stay or Walk Away?

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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4 Responses

  1. John Sapp says:

    Perhaps this may help:
    We want you to enjoy the contrasting experience, just like you enjoy the contrasting buffet. And we want you to reach the place (and practicing Virtual Reality will help you to gain this confidence) that whenever you’re in front of a buffet that has so much that you do like to eat, as well as some that you don’t like to eat, you don’t feel frustrated that there are things there you don’t want to eat. You don’t feel compelled to put them on your plate and eat them; you just pick the things that you like. And the Universe of thought is the same way. You can choose from it the things that you like.

    — Abraham
    Life will always have contrast. It is what your spirit agreed to when it became part of your physical being. Learn from it and know it’s part of the journey.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sarah, what a good post. You’ve managed to take a very sensitive question and explain it with softness and compassion – while emphasizing that we are all responsible for our attitudes and drawing healthy boundaries. Few people have said it so succinctly and with such emphasis on gratitude for what we do have in our lives that “works”. All I can say is “wow!”.

  3. Great post, I was almost crying! I’m not getting well with my folks and it upsets me sometimes because we are supposed to be the colsest people to each other but we’re not.As sad as it may sound, relatives are not always good people or close friends. As simple as that.

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