Do you have trouble saying “no,” or constantly sacrifice your own needs to please others? If so, this evidence-based workbook will help you set healthy boundaries in all aspects of your life—without feeling guilty or afraid.
If you find yourself feeling responsible for others’ happiness, worrying about letting people down, or struggling to speak up for yourself, you probably have difficulty setting healthy boundaries. Establishing clear personal boundaries is essential to creating and nurturing mutually respectful relationships based on equality. Setting limits can also protect you from getting involved in exploitative relationships, and help you avoid toxic personalities who don’t have your best interests at heart.
This evidence-based workbook will show you how to set healthy boundaries across all aspects of life—without sacrificing your kindness or compassion for others. You’ll learn to define your boundaries and discover why they’re so important for your emotional well-being. You’ll also find a wealth of tips for maintaining boundaries in a “constantly-connected” world, strategies for what to do when people get upset or threatened by your assertiveness, and ways to make sure your needs are met.
If you’re tired of feeling guilty or afraid of putting your mental and physical health first, are ready to take back control of your life, and create healthy and balanced relationships, this book will show you how to step up and set limits, assert yourself confidently, and realize your full potential.
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INTRODUCING MY NEW LINE OF TARGETED JOURANLS – YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS SHIT UP! Boundaries Journal
Do you feel like people are breaking your boundaries so frequently that you find yourself saying ‘YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS SHIT UP!’? If your answer is yes, then this was made for you: this is the journal notebook for you to begin to understand and document your boundary setting skills.
Often, those who struggle to set boundaries were raised in an environment where they were not taught how or allowed to set boundaries. Others who encounter boundary-setting issues may have found themselves reared by an emotionally abusive or controlling person. If either of these scenarios sound like you and you are just learning boundary skills, it will be helpful to utilize this journal notebook to document your journey.
When we chronicle situations that made us feel badly when someone crossed our boundaries, we dig into the frustration, hurt, and confusion. And we process it. Doing so, while possibly painful at the time, serves a dual purpose as we can also take advantage of the information to review later – what worked and what didn’t?
A boundary is the rules for someone to be in your life. Simply said, setting a boundary is saying no or putting specific parameters in place. Everyone is entitled to set boundaries as they pertain to their own life and we are not bad, nor should we be made to feel that way, for setting them. Self-love should never be taken advantage of.
By writing about your boundary setting experiences, both successful and unsuccessful, in this journal notebook, you are recording and processing. Journal writing is healing and self-help.