What are your core values? (Heal CPTSR, CPTSD, codependency)

Before figuring out boundary-setting tactics… you’ve got to answer this first:

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Debbie Happy Cohen is a master coach with a graduate degree in counseling. She’s the founder of Joy-Based Living, an online global conversation where people develop the skills to create (internal and external) environments so that JOY can thrive in their lives.

Many people who are committed to having joy in their lives are people who have known its exact opposite. Therefore, we explore many aspects of joy, including its shadows. Awareness, acceptance and action are keys to opening the doors to greater joy; and courage is strengthened when people experience connection.

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7 thoughts on “What are your core values? (Heal CPTSR, CPTSD, codependency)

  1. I love love love this video message! Yes, we need to know our core values, not what we think they should be, or what someone else says they should be. If you are surrounding yourself with drama, then having drama in your life very likely is a core value… surrounding yourself with beauty, authentic connections, people with higher moral standards, etc, probably indicates that these attributes are your core values. Love this message and Thank you for sharing it!

  2. I order for us to become the best version of ourselves. We must identify our core values to embody our futures. I wouldn’t change a thing.
    P.s. The moose is hilarious.

  3. On a coffee break from work, I gave this a listen and really appreciated the message of identifying core values, Debbie… You once introduced me to a book I found quite valuable in this regard (the first chapter of it covers core values): “Love in the Present Tense” (available at Amazon). Anyway, thanks for the good stuff, once again! (And what’s with that moose head you keep bringing into your videos? It’s gotta’ mean something to ya’, yes? Inquiring minds yada-yada-yada!) 🙂

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