The Resilient Living Guide to Healthy Boundaries

Resilient Living Guide to Healthy Boundaries

Healthy boundaries protect your precious time and energy, allowing you to cultivate deeper inner peace and to be more present in your daily life. They are the key to building stronger, more intimate relationships and to giving you the space you need to create a life you love.

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This Guide is for you if…

  • You’ve seen the endless stream of inspirational quotations, images of fences and the ever-present line in the sand and while it makes sense, when it comes down to it you aren’t really clear about how boundaries are supposed to work, how to get them or if you even need them.
  • You’ve tried to set a few boundaries in the past, only to hit a wall of resistance and ended up deciding it’s just easier to endure the annoying (or abusive) behavior of others than deal with the aggravation of trying to change their behavior.
  • As the kind-hearted person that you are, the very idea of a boundary elicits feelings of guilt and selfishness because it really sounds kind of mean and you dread the idea of having to disappoint others, or worse, risk losing the love of those who matter most to you.
Whatever your past experience or assumptions, it’s safe to assume you’ve read this far because you haven’t given up on the notion that boundaries may have something to contribute to your life, so keep reading because this guide may provide just the answers you’ve been looking for!

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<<Get your FREE copy now! The 17-page guide includes key steps to begin setting healthy boundaries, a convenient Personal Boundaries Audit worksheet, and printable image quotations to keep you inspired!

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The Empowering Effect of Healthy Boundaries

We need to find the courage to say no to the things and people that are not serving us if we want to live our lives with authenticity.
Resilient Living Guide to Healthy BoundariesPersonal boundaries are not meant to restrict or manage the behavior of others, nor are they a form of punishment. They allow you to care for yourself in a way that fosters confidence and integrity and are based on respect, core values, and your highest priorities.
Boundaries protect you from abuse and manipulation, and rather than pushing others away, they pave the way for you to achieve a more balanced life with happier, more fulfilling relationships and true intimacy.

 

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Healthy boundaries mean …

  • Less stress, clutter, and distraction.
  • A sense of calmness and direction.
  • More room in your life for the things and people that matter most to you.
  • More energy to pursue dreams and goals.
  • A greater sense of control and self-determination.
  • Stronger, more intimate relationships.
  • Living a life that is authentic and truly aligned with your core values.
  • More aware and respectful of other people’s boundaries.Resilient Living Guide to Healthy Boundaries

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What to expect …

No fluff, real world advice and examples in the areas that people tend to struggle with the most such as how to get started, communicating your boundaries and the uncomfortable (but necessary) step of setting consequences.
  • The areas where healthy boundaries apply.
  • Understanding the type(s) of boundaries you have now.
  • Identifying areas that need attention.
  • Developing and communicating your boundary message.
  • Example boundary statements.
  • Determining consequences that motivate rather than alienate.
  • Boundaries Audit
  • Printable quotation cards to inspire you.
Giving yourself the space to nurture your own well-being is not only an essential element of authentic self-care it is integral to developing psychological resilience and represents a giant step toward creating a life you love.

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At first, you may feel selfish, guilty, or even embarrassed when you set a boundary, but don’t confuse discomfort with self-worth or the reaction of others with the validity of your right to take care of yourself.

 

 

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