Create Freedom with Boundaries Series, a three-part series in helping you identify what you need, communicate them and maintain them.

Part One was about identifying what Boundaries are and how they show up.

Part Two was about how to communicate with other people.

I want to talk about how we can maintain our boundaries once we have identified them and keep the conversation going.

As we are becoming clear as to who is, how we show up and what we want, there will always be an adjustment period.  And learning to be okay that we will disconnect from people periodically is huge.

Journal in the mornings to reflect on the previous day, where your mind was with your boundaries. Were they crossed? Were they aligned? Did something not feel right, or did everything flow with ease?

Did you get enough sleep? Honoring your self-care requirements is important! Have you followed your routine that supports you being mindful in your presence?

Did you communicate when someone crossed the line? Or did you hold it in and allowed it to pass? Why?

People, in general, don’t always know where are all the boundaries are. And sometimes they need little reminders!

Communicating your needs is part of your self-care protocol. It is using your voice, your power to stand up for yourself when others can’t see that line.

Communicate them and know that having boundaries is the best part you can do for you.

When you know who you are and what you need throughout the day you will create the best life for you.


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