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April 6, 2019
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Let’s review our journey thus far. We have spent the necessary time identifying the Culprits that are damaging our relationship with work. We examined the feelings that manifest from a damaged relationship with work. We spent time reviewing the elements that create healthy relationships with work. Along the way, we stopped to answer questions in...

April 5, 2019
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  Circumstance to forgive (Step 1) All the years that I have spent participating in the Time4Money Exchange has left me feeling hopeless, bored and powerless. Forgiveness Statement (Step 2) I forgive myself for entering into and staying in a Time4Money Exchange that did not serve me. Although I was not aware I was doing...

April 5, 2019
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To forgive others/situations/circumstances, we are going to use the same template we use for self-forgiveness. However, in the “circumstance to forgive” section, we will enter an external person or situation or circumstance that has caused us pain. The same instructions I gave you for the self-forgiveness stage apply here. Your summary statement regarding the others/situations/circumstances...

April 5, 2019
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Now that we have released ourselves from the pain of a damaged relationship with work through Forgiveness and unleashed ourselves from the bonds of the past through Acceptance, we can move to our final step of the Work Relationship Healing Process. Up to this point in your relationship with work, others/circumstances have designed the relationship...

April 5, 2019
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Nice work. Now that we have all the parts of your design completed, we are going to transform it into a whole. Using these parts, we are going to craft a relationship statement that reflects your personal design for your relationship with work. Your relationship statement will act as your True North. It will remind...

April 5, 2019
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No doubt as you contemplate the others/situations/circumstances that have contributed to your damaged relationship with work, you might be faced with the need to forgive those currently around you. You might wonder, “How do I forgive my boss when I have to see them every day?” Or “How do I forgive my employer for not...

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