Were you taught it’s ok to say “No” in childhood? Were you taught it’s ok to speak up for your needs? Neither was I.
Teaching myself how to set boundaries is a work in progress. My narcissistic mother crossing my boundary for the last time was my key to emotional freedom and authentic worthiness.
In this solo episode, I cover all things boundaries.
Rule of Thumb: Those who react the loudest when a boundary is set is evidence the boundary was needed in the first place (read this again).
- What is a boundary?
- Why boundaries are important to your well-being
- 4 types of boundaries
- Signs a boundary is crossed
- How to set a boundary
- My personal examples and emotional impact when I didn’t set boundaries
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Check out my blog about boundaries:
- What It’s Like Being Raised by a Narcissistic Mother: Part Two
- Why I started this Podcast…
- How to Heal Chronic Pain with Dr. Les Aria, (part TWO), episode 34
- What It’s Like Being Raised by a Narcissistic Mother: Part One
- episode 34: the polyvagal (How to Heal Chronic Pain with Dr. Les Aria, part TWO)
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