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How to Handle an Overbearing Spouse, Parent or Friend

Many of us, at some point in our lives, have a relationship with someone who seems to want to hover over and smother us; telling us what to do, how to act, and who they think we should be. Whether this type of treatment comes from a spouse, partner, parent or friend, it can seriously make a person crazy, build up all kinds of resentment towards this person, and ultimately make us want to completely avoid being around them.

This week’s video explains how to handle these people in our lives by setting boundaries for how we will ALLOW ourselves to be treated.

Click the image below to watch the Vlog, and share it with others!

Do you have these kinds of people in your life, and if so, what kinds of things have you tried to set boundaries with them? Has it worked? I’d love to hear from you about your experiences with overbearing people in your own life.

Thanks for watching, reading and sharing!

To your success and happiness!


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