Setting healthy boundaries

Boundaries simply define what is and what is not something you need to deal with. 

Sometimes people may cross your boundaries without realizing it, so it's important to stand up for yourself when needed. 

Here are a few examples of what healthy boundaries can look like:

  • Saying "no" if you don't have time to do something
  • Taking time to re-center and re-balance
  • Not accepting responsibility for someone else's actions
  • Saying "no" if you don't want to do something
  • Standing up for yourself if your needs aren't being met

The most important thing is understanding that it's not selfish to set boundaries. 

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.