There are several types of relationships that are liabilities, not assets. If you are going to develop healthy relationships, you first must cut off the unhealthy ones you have developed. If we’re honest, sometimes we’re just not ready to go “no-contact” or end a relationship, even though deep inside we know it’s unhealthy.
Boundaries are a way to protect yourself from harm and maintain your independence and individuality. These are priceless gifts that you deserve to give yourself.
“Can two people walk together without agreeing on the direction?” (Amos 3:3)
A healthy relationship is one in which there is oneness of goals, purpose, values, and beliefs. God’s Word also say.
“For wherever there is jealousy and selfish ambition, there you will find disorder and evil of every kind.” (James 3:16)
The situation is out of order and therefore out of control. God is a God of order. Strife and confusion saps your energy and drains your creativity. They take your focus off what God has for you.