“Boundaries are where you end and I begin.” - Anne Katherine
———————————————————————————The struggle to set limits is real. We want to be liked, sought after, and approved by others. We are relational beings and acceptance is an underlying need for most. And in that, we sometimes overextend ourselves. We say ‘yes’ too often due to fear of rejection, FOMO (fear of missing out), or fear that we will lose an opportunity to connect with others. ———————————————————————————
But setting limits and saying ‘no’ when necessary is one of the healthiest interpersonal traits one can have. By doing so, you draw the line where appropriate in order to say ‘yes’ to a number of good things for yourself.
Yes to self-care.
Yes to your values.
Yes to your needs and wants.
Yes to nurture your own soul.
Setting limits and boundaries does not have to be a negative process, rather it is one that teaches both parties acceptance of another’s desires and the importance of taking a moment to take care of one’s self.
And remember: ‘No.’ is a complete sentence.
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