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Christopher Breedlove


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Forgive People Who Hurt You And Give Them A Second Chance With Boundaries .

Sometimes it is so easy to stay angry with a person for whatever they did to hurt you.  Life is about progression, you cannot continue to progress when you hold on to negative feelings about a  person.  Those exact same negative feelings are holding you back from the better version of yourself.  We all make mistakes and we deserve forgiveness.  If a person hurt you, forgive them and give them the benefit of the doubt of possibly changing (because people can change). Try viewing them as a new person, instead of holding on to a previous version of who they once were.  However do not be "boo boo" the fool twice.  Be mindful of why things happened the way they did, and create a new relationship with the person who hurt you and set boundaries for yourself and forgive the person as well as forgiving yourself. We all deserve happiness and a lighter spirit.  


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Stop Judging People Based Off of The Image You Created

   

Alot of times we pre judge people without actually knowing them.  For example: people may think an attractive man or woman may be arrogant or snobbish based off of their physical appearance.  It is wrong to judge a person based off of their appearance.  We all have our own internal & external struggles we are all individually facing. Most of the time the judgements or perceptions we create of other people are actually our own insecurities. Be open to learning, and accepting people as they are.  


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Episode 6 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 6 Breedlove Podcast Season One

Click below to listen to episode six of the Breedlove Podcast: 

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Episode 5 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 5 Breedlove Podcast Season One

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Episode 4 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 4 Breedlove Podcast Season One

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Episode 3 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 3 Breedlove Podcast Season One

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Episode 2 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 2 Breedlove Podcast Season One

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Episode 1 Breedlove Podcast Season One

   

Episode 1 Breedlove Podcast Season One

Click below to listen to episode one of the Breedlove Podcast. https://soundcloud.com/i-am-chris-breedlove/ep


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Stop Extending Yourself To People Who Don't Want to Be Reached.

We all have that person in our life whether it be a friend, peer or family member.  Some people are one sided in human relations and engaging in other peoples lives.  
 
Personal Experience: I remember a close friend I had, his name was Tiago.  I always found myself reaching out to him, and always concerned with how he was doing.  I ended up finding myself desperate to maintain a friendsip with him.  (I was giving to a person who did not want to reciprocate in the friendship).  
 
A few ways you can stop extending yourself are to question yourself:
 
What does this person do for me?
 
How does this person make me feel?
 
Is this person consistent in interacting with me or engaging with me? Do they ask about me or talk mostly about themselves?
 
Does the person motivate you, or put you down? Do they give what you give to them?
 
If this person makes you feel bad about yourself, why continue giving parts of yourself to a person that doesn''t value you? 

If a person de-values you, puts your dreams and aspirations down, disrespects you, ignores you, those types of people do not deserve a spot in your life.
 
Something I am learning is: you cannot force people to feel how you feel about a situation or understand 100 percent how you feel about the situation. If the person uplifts you, seeks to understand you and is consistent that is a person to appreciate and extend to.
 
If you are constantly making an effort to call or communicate with someone and they never return your calls, whats the point of keeping unreliable peoplle around that don''t value you.  They are dead weight.  
 
When we extend to people that don''t want to be reached, we strain ourselves.  Peoples actions show more than their words


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Stop Wondering About "What If".

   

Stop Wondering About "What If".

Sometimes people (I myself included) stress ourselves out about previous relationships and why they ended  or the possibilities(relationships and friendships). When we continuously seek to try to understand "why" a relationship ended or think of "what if"possibilities,  it only hurts our own feelings thinking of those things.

The "why" we may never know the answer to and we must learn to be okay with "no" or not full understanding why a relationship ended and accepting the fact that we will not know the answer to everything.  Learn to focus on right now.  Sometimes thinking of "what if" the relationship went this way or that way we would still be together.  At this point you begin attacking yourself of your own insecurities thinking again about "what if or the possibilities".  

"everything happens for a reason"


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