Here’s part five on Brave Boundaries!
Let’s start with a whisper:
Boundaries are a work in progress. You need to have
When you commit to set good boundaries, you need a lot of courage not to look away when you’re triggered and face the feeling, for example, say yes repeatedly when you feel no.
You will gain clarity around what triggers you and how much you are willing to draw a line in the sand.
It’s the most compassionate thing to have the courage to love yourself, even the other person, your spouse, your friend, your boss, your child, or whoever it is might get angry with you or dislikes your choices.
There will be ups and downs, and you won’t get it right all the time, but each time you stand up for yourself is a reason to celebrate!
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P.S. Do you know the ⏰ 72-Hour Rule? If you want to set Brave Boundaries or add any other skill to your life, you have to take the first step within 72 hours; otherwise, the chance is only 1% that you will even carry out the project.
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