Setting Healthy Boundaries

Building Boundaries For A Better Life

Having healthy boundaries is essential to healthy relationships and proper balance within your daily routines. During my upcoming email series, I’ll be walking you through the ways to identify boundaries and how to start clarifying them to people in your life.

We will also be discussing how you might have developed boundaries over time and how to identify when they’ve been crossed.

Having set boundaries are crucial for a healthy mental state, and play a significant role in how one establishes their identity. Having a proper understanding of one’s own limitations is also essential in maintaining healthy relationships with everyone from coworkers, to romantic partners, and family members.

Having a good idea of what your boundaries are is a crucial aspect of self-care that is often overlooked, or not talked about to the extent that it should be. Until now!

From physical to mental and emotional boundaries – we’ll be discussing it all. Join us for Setting Healthy Boundaries Email Series, and begin transforming the way you move through your life for the better!

Meet Neil & Tina Thrussell

Tina and Neil

Tina and Neil believe everyone, especially you have a life purpose. We also believe you were born to fulfill that purpose. You may not know what that purpose is right now, at this very moment, but trust us, you were born to live it!

We also believe that there are many ways to live your life. Our personal path is sharing the Shin Dao (The Way Of The Heart)

Respect Yourself, Transform Your World

Having boundaries means being in tune with your mental state, while simultaneously respecting your own right to be happy.

Once you figure out that you’ve been subjecting yourself to uncomfortable situations and start making changes, you’ll feel a world of difference in the way you live your life.

Boundaries are representative of how much or how little you respect yourself. The truth is, those who have no limits, have very low self-esteem. People who don’t have any boundaries haven’t yet discovered that they’re worthy of speaking up during times of discomfort, and often they get into the habit of letting those around them call the shots.

The first step to making a change is admitting that this person (or elements of this person) could be you!

If you don’t know what your boundaries are, this experience is an excellent place for you to start exploring them.

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