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Authored by Dr. Michelle Murray on November 30, 2021
Dear Dr. Michelle:

Lately, I have been feeling that one of my friends is taking advantage of me. Every time she calls it is always about her. I don't mind being an ear to listen but it is starting to get exhausting. I am also going through some big life changes but she never asks how I am doing. I am not sure how to set this boundary or even bring it up to her. I don't think she even realizes she is doing it. Where should I go from here? 



Dear Halle:

Jaelyn Arndt sits down with Dr. Michelle K. Murray to answer your question via video this week!

Dr. Michelle K. Murray guides us through how to evaluate, compartmentalize, and communicate with our friends.

Check out the full conversation in the video below.

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