When I talk to clients, I often run into resistance when I bring up establishing boundaries because they want to stay open and available to anything that comes their way.
Good boundaries are key for any relationship’s success and can be very supportive if approached without guilt or shame.
Today, I want to show you how you can keep an eye on your capacity for other people while still being compassionate. By being more intentional about what you say yes to, you are able to control your energy and emotions.
Setting up boundaries can teach others how you want to be treated, creating a healthier connection between you.
Tune in and let’s think about how we can approach boundaries in a compassionate and intentional way to make our relationships as supportive as possible.
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WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- How establishing good boundaries with loved ones can lead to stronger connections
- How boundaries can be supportive and not limiting
- How you can set up boundaries that don’t alienate people you care about and hold true to them
- Why initial limits can change as you get more comfortable with the situation
- The importance of setting aside shame and defensiveness when boundaries are tested
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