Self Care

“The Girls” talk with Dr. Christine E. Kiesinger / Family, Parenting, Relationship Communication Specialist about caring for yourself.

The Relationship Bill of Rights

I have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
I have a right to follow my own values and standards
I have the right to say no and not feel guilty.
I have the right to experience and express my feelings.
I have the right to feel safe.
I have the right to take time for myself.
I have the right to change my mind.
I have the right to ask for what I want.
I have the right to ask for information.
I have the right to make mistakes.
I have the right to do less than I am humanly capable of doing.
I have the right to be me and feel good about myself.
I have the right to leave conversations with people who make me feel put down or humiliated
I have the right to act only in ways that will promote my dignity and self-respect.
I have the right to feel scared and say “I’m afraid”.
I have the right to end the relationship.
I have the right not to be responsible for others’ behavior, actions, feelings, or problems.
I have the right to expect honesty from others
I have the right to all of my feelings
I have the right to make decisions based on my feelings, my judgments, or any reason that I choose.
I have the right to change and grow.
I have the right to be happy.
I have the right to make friends and be myself around people.
I have the right to be angry with someone I love.
I have the right to both experience and let go of fear, guilt, and shame.

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