This is a continuation of the boundaries conversation from last week.
This is a difficult topic to grasp for most people, especially Nice Guys.
We believe that if we set boundaries people will not like us anymore and when Nice Guys do make an attempt to set boundaries they do it in a kamikaze way. That it’s either their way or the highway.
This approach to setting boundaries does not go well in building healthy connections with the people we care for.
What we need to remember is that boundary setting is about us and not others. It is about communicating how we would like to be treated and not about controlling other people’s behavior.
Learning to set healthy boundaries is an essential skill in many day-to-day human interactions and will have a positive impact on your life if you put the work into building these skills.
Let’s get together to discuss what entails healthy boundaries as well as some examples of situations that often take place and how we can set boundaries in these instances.
You won’t want to miss this one, see you there!
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