I'm starting to learn that setting boundaries is going to be a huge improvement for me. I think that I have a tendancy to accomodate people all the time. That doesn't work when my spouse ended up being emotionally immature and selfish. For anyone going through being cheated on and now divorce . . . this has shown to be a huge improvment in my life. My s2bx still expects me to move my schedule around for him, but I don't. Each time we set these boundaries it is easier the next time. Even though I can't control other people, I can control how I let them treat me. Seems like something I should have figured out a long time ago. Anyone else learning this life lesson right now?
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