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Wiggle Room Podcast: Episode 109

Can You Question Statements like, “He MIGHT be mad at me”? + She Is Blabbing to Her Friends About My Pending Eviction

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In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, a participant asks about a situation where she wasn’t sure if her son was mad at her or not. The question for her was how to find a statement to question when she is not sure what is happening in him. Can she question the thought, “He MIGHT be mad at me”? Then another participant does The Work on someone talking about her pending eviction to others.
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Timeline

01:25 — Intro
04:42 — Question: Can You Question Statements like, “He MIGHT be mad at me”?
11:07 — Inquiry: She Is Blabbing to Her Friends About My Pending Eviction
35:22 — Newsletter: Keeping It Real Vs. Doing It Right
40:15 — Outro

Open Session Recording

In this Open Session recording, a participant asks about questioning a “might” statement like, “He might be mad at me.” And another participant questions her stressful thought, “She is blabbing to her friends about my pending eviction.”
 
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Newsletter Text

In the second part of the recording, I read my article, Keeping It Real Vs. Doing It Right. Subscribe to the newsletter to get new articles like this one each week. 

Bonus Videos

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