Dear Dr. Michelle:
My ex and I have been divorced for several years now and it's amicable, but I'm frustrated -- she still turns to me for help with things around the house all the time. I want to do what's right for my kids and I like helping but I'm starting to feel taken advantage of. How do I say no without rocking the boat?
This week, Tera Girardin sits down with Dr. Michelle K. Murray to answer your question via video!
Dr. Michelle K. Murray shares that Brian may need to rock the boat a little bit, but it doesn't have to be in a negative way. She recommends Brian be upfront with his ex-wife and start to create a plan and a budget for getting things done around the house.
Learn more in the video response below.
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