Learning to Let Go of Toxic Relationships

 
learning to let go of toxic relationships, kelli tennant the platform podcast
 
 

I spent far too many years of my life in toxic relationships with both men and women. I didn’t know my self worth or value and I allowed negative energy and poor treatment because I was unaware that I was worthy of more. When I began letting go of these people, the energy shifted in my life so that I could begin to call in an incredible partner and powerful, supportive women to my tribe. Below is a checklist for you. Consider these feelings and take a look at how your circle is filling you up or depleting you. If they don’t meet your requirements, then lovingly let go. Create a life so abundantly full of positive, supportive relationships that the others just fall to the side.

My tribe is:

  • Loving

  • Supportive

  • Welcoming

  • Not gossipy

  • Thoughtful

  • Engaging

  • Interested in similar things

  • Interested in different things

  • Always challenging me to be better

  • Shows up for important moments in my life

  • Not jealous

  • Regularly making an effort to spend quality time

  • Positive

  • Honest

  • Hard working

  • Emotionally available

  • Willing to quietly hold space and listen to me

  • Thoughtful about adding value to my life

  • Consistently asking “How can I best support you?”

  • Willing to accept me for who I am and honor my evolution

For more on tribes and how to best support yourself, be sure to listen to Episode 35 with Paula Mallis, the creator of WMN Space and Episode 53 with Stephanie Dawn Elizabeth, host of the Girl Kind Podcast.

 
Kelli Tennant