Today I’m talking about one of my favorite topics: how to draw healthy boundaries in your life. Setting boundaries with impossible people, narcissists, or people who use passive aggressive tactics can be extremely challenging and exhausting. But with the right tools, language, and persistence, it is actually one of the most empowering and caring things you can do.
Narcissists and passive aggressive people are known for being selfish, putting you down or putting you second. It’s time to stand up for yourself and start creating a healthier, more happier life. Listen in for some tips about how you can start setting healthy boundaries and keep your eye out for my Boundary boot camp in August!
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“Drawing boundaries with difficult people is not for the weak of heart.” – Terri Cole
- What are boundaries
- What are examples of unhealthy boundaries
- What is your downloaded boundary blueprint?
- Who in your life is hard to set boundaries with
- What is a diversionary tactic
- Drawing boundaries doesn’t have to happen in anger
- How drawing boundaries is actually a caring thing to do
- It’s important for you to dictate the mood
- How to stop the bad conversation before it goes off the rails
- It’s your job, not your partner’s, to set the boundaries
- Some examples of setting boundaries and getting empowered
- The key is consistency
“Drawing boundaries is probably the most loving act that you can execute in a relationship.” – Terri Cole
“Your job is to make them take you into consideration because of your amazing ability to draw boundaries.” – Terri Cole