This caller is ready to leave the family home and move to Southern California, but there’s two things stopping her: money, and the main reason, she feels guilty about moving away from her parents. Being independent and having a career away from the family environment is her dream reality, but she feels obligated to stay with her parents, especially as their advancing years mean their health is likely to decline, and she’s stuck in a limiting belief that wanting to move away means she’s not grateful for the way they’ve looked after her since birth.
Are we obligated to stay with our parents once we become adults? Can she overcome the guilt she feels about wanting to live her own life? Instead of seeing her parents as declining, is there a way to see them as the strong, powerful people they really are? Is she being ungrateful now that she’s an adult who wants to live her own life?
This call is for you if you’re ready to fly the nest, but limiting beliefs are keeping you from doing this.
Topics covered on this call:
- This caller lives with her parents, but she’s ready to move out to Southern California.
- What does Southern California represent to her?
- Why hasn’t she been able to step into a new reality of moving there?
- Why does she feeling guilty about moving out of her parent’s home?
- Is she obligated to stay in the family home and take care of her parents?
- How can she align her energy with seeing her parent’s strength and power?
- Are love and obligation the same thing?
- Is our starting point a limitation?
- Will her parents be more than ok if she moves out?
- Do we have to decline as we get older?
- How can she step into the feeling of self-acceptance?