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Emily R. Cash, Psy.D., explores how to adjust our expectations and work towards healthier, more productive relationships.
The phrase “setting yourself up to fail” is often used to describe situations where we are doomed from the start. One we would all benefit from using more often is “setting yourself up for success.” This often hinges on our expectations, especially when it comes to relationships. What do you bring to the room in terms of expectations about others’ behavior? How does that negatively and positively impact your interactions with others? Emily R. Cash, Psy.D, explores how to adjust our expectations and work towards healthier, more productive relationships.
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