How do you deal with a parent's negativity about your positive life changes?
All you can do is stick to your guns and remain positive and focused on your changes.
Never allow others to manipulate you into staying the same, growth is what life is all about.
In time they may come to view your choices as having some meaning in their own lives. I have found that when I have made positive changes in my own life, negative people seem to slowly disappear from it and more people with similar ideas to mine seem to enter it.
Thank you Christine that was beautifully said. Thank-you for your response.
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