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Feeling responsible for other people's feelings or happiness

Thinking that we are responsible for how other people feel creates a lot of suffering, and worry in life. We end up saying yes when we want to say no, so that someone else feels OK. Or we try to behave in ways we think will please others, hurting ourselves in the process.

There is an innocent misunderstanding underpinning feeling responsible for other people's feelings. When this is seen through (I explain it in this video) it no longer even makes sense to have this on our Life-To-Do-List. And we get to live with more freedom when we set the burden down of believing we are responsible for how other people feel.

Listen in to find out more! Do let me know if you have any questions or comments, this can be hard to get your head around but it is worth it for sure.

Lindsey Elliott is a certified Change Coach, and Three Principles practitioner working in Brighton and online who specialises in anxiety, worry and relationships. She offers one to one and group coaching in a life-changing new paradigm of understanding how human beings work. With this understanding you can move from feeling insecure, stressed, anxious or unfulfilled to happy, secure, inspired, peaceful and filled with love.


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