How to Stop Being the Fixer in Relationships

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Being a fixer sounds like a good thing, doesn’t it? Who doesn’t want a fixer in their life — someone to rescue them from their problems? As a recovering fixer, I’ve learned that while fixing problems for other people feels good, it is actually the toxic kiss of…

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Jamie Siebens

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I have more questions than answers, but I write anyway. Focusing on Parenting, Intentional Living, and Mental Health

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