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Boundaries

 

February 24

 

Boundaries

In order to practice self-care and self-nurturing, you need to set healthy boundaries. Sometimes you just have to say no. It takes courage and confidence to say no especially if you are upsetting someone or disappointing someone you care about.

Boundaries help you stay emotionally and mentally healthy. Healthy boundaries are an essential step in self-care.  Boundaries improve your well-being. Healthy boundaries can improve relationships.

 

By saying no to too many projects, taking on too many responsibilities or doing something that isn’t in your best interest or that you just don’t have time to fit into your already busy schedule.

By saying No to something is saying Yes to something that is important to you. When you say no to doing something you don’t enjoy or just don’t want to do, you are giving yourself time and freedom to focus on your personal needs.

It is in your best interest to focus on the things and people who are important to you.

Setting healthy boundaries means being honest with yourself and those around you. Boundaries can be flexible. Different relationships, situations and circumstances will not all need or require the same set or kind of boundaries. It is up to you to know what type of boundary you need. You just need to express them to anyone who is impacted by your boundary.

By clearly stating to the people around you what you need as far as time and space for you r self-care needs is the first step and the most important boundary you can make to improve your health and well-being.

Set personal boundaries and you will be able to find the time to do the things that matter most to you. 

Today Set Boundaries

for Your Personal Self-Care

 

 

 

 

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