6 Ways to Use My “Let Them” Theory to Improve Any Relationship



Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to not get so annoyed or frustrated with the people that you love?

There is.

It’s called the “Let Them” theory. Mel discovered it while arguing with her son about a taco stand, and she hasn’t stopped using it since.

She first explained the “Let Them” theory in a 60-second reel on Instagram. 63 million views later. The verdict is in. Everyone loves the “let them” theory.

Today, Mel is in the studio, taking your calls live and teaching you 6 ways to improve any relationship with the “Let Them” theory.

In this episode, you hear Mel cover topics like:

How to handle a mother-in-law who is not supportive.

Feeling left out? Good. You need better friends.

Why moving in with your parents is better than living with an ex.

What to say when your sibling wants to gossip about your mom.

Why being the family peacekeeper creates a war inside you.

How to stop being the “fixer” in your relationships.

The truth about addiction in a family and the role you need to play.

Why your dad’s gambling problem isn’t yours to fix.

How rescuing people robs them of the problems they need to face.

What to do when your parents’ marriage is in crisis.

How to tell a friend you are sick of hearing about their relationship drama.

Why you shouldn’t be the “therapist” for your friend group.

Why it's normal for friends to drop you when you start drawing boundaries.

The art of putting yourself first: “Let me” be happy for a change.

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