make light, season 3, episode 1: setting boundaries
Welcome back to season 3 of The Make Light Show, friends! This season we’re going to be mixing things up a bit: I’ll be answering your questions about how to make light when life get occasionally dark — things like how to make light when you’re overwhelmed at work, or how to make light when you’re struggling with body image, or even how to make light when you’re bored. This week, we’re tackling Debi’s question about how to make light by setting boundaries. Take a listen: boundary-setting is never easy, but it’s necessary, and actually something to be really proud of.
Click here or the arrow below to listen, and check out the show notes for more about this episode (including a great offer from my new sponsor, Prep Dish!).
Also, two things:
1) if you have a question or a challenge that you’d like tackled here on The Make Light Show, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org, and you might just see your question answered on an upcoming episode; also
The world can be an unkind place. Be kind anyway — it’s good for you.
It’s season 3 of the Make Light Show! Let’s talk boundaries.
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