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Stephanie chats with Nedra Glover Tawwab MSW, LCSW about setting healthy boundaries to reduce burn out. They discuss how to be more assertive, why being passive aggressive isn’t the answer, and why being proactive during pregnancy leads to a smoother postpartum. You’ll learn how to ask for help to get your needs met, reduce tension in your relationships, and navigate tricky situations with extended family. You’ll see yourself in one of the many scenarios discussed in this podcast and walk away with tools you can put into action immediately to better nurture yourself and your relationships.

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Topics Discussed:

  • How being proactive during pregnancy leads to a smoother postpartum
  • Common sources of tension in relationships
  • Getting to the root your passive aggressiveness
  • Becoming comfortable with direct communication
  • Navigating anxious-attachment as a mom
  • How to set healthy boundaries
  • Setting realistic expectations

This episode's guest

Nedra Glover Tawwab is licensed as a clinical social worker in North Carolina. In Charlotte, NC, she founded Kaleidoscope Counseling, a group counseling practice, in 2011. Nedra’s niche is helping people create healthy relationships by improving their boundaries, learning to be assertive, and by being authentic. Nedra’s passion for mental health and healthy relationships is reflected on social media, and in local and national media outlets. Nedra has a certificate of completion in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders from Postpartum Support International. Additionally, she has advanced training in working with adults with childhood emotional neglect and couples.