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You need to gather more evidence about the situation. You handled yourself very well under the circumstances and need to trust yourself more.

One–or more–of these statements probably applies to you:

You just met this person and are trying to figure out if their negative behavior is a sign of a more serious problem.
You are starting to get worried this behavior may be a pattern and you are supervising–or have to regularly see–this person.  
You are not sure whether to cut contact with someone or set a boundary with them.

Is this you?

Work with me to learn the signs of toxic behavior–both permanent and temporary. Learn the behavioral science behind setting a boundary versus cutting someone off. 
I’m really grateful for the information you’ve provided and the framework of this course. It’s saving my life and my spirit in a lot of ways that are subtle and powerful, and all of this is helping me to feel more confident in my desire to behave in ways that respect others while standing up for and protecting myself. –Black American, Art & Culture Worker, Boston, MA
Learning the difference between permanent and temporary toxic behaviour was both really useful for me personally and as a [health care] practitioner. The distinctions also helped me allow myself to let go of unhealthy relationships that I’ve been holding out hope for,  which has freed up more energy for my own goals and looking after my well-being. Morna, United Kingdom
Before I used to feel very reactive towards abusive people. Mari’s tools helped me create emotional distance, so I’m able to respond vs react more frequently. –Pooja, California

I know that I can help you.

I’ve empowered hundreds of BIPOC leaders and their allies in fields from education to STEM.
However, I want to see if we’re a good fit for each other. 

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Interested in working one-on-one? 
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