Hi coaches! I’m doing the podcast 163 boundary work, where Brooke writes “do kind things for other people only when you want to and only when it is the truth.” I’m discovering that I do things out of obligation and people pleasing. If it were my choice (which it is!), I wouldn’t do things out of kindness except for my own kids and a small inner circle. I don’t think “kind” is one of the things I strive to be. Is that weird? So now I’m a little worried about being kind. Sometimes I feel guilty about not wanting to be kind. And I’m ok with feeling guilty because I prefer that over doing the obligation thing. I’m an adult and can do what I want – I’m never mean, but also not exceptionally kind either…and that’s ok with me. Am I on the right track? It feels open and accepting of myself to admit that I don’t like doing kind things, other than for my kids. Thank you for your guidance!