Why setting personal boundaries is important to living your best life

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Creating and setting personal boundaries as well as standing firm when someone pushes your boundaries is one of the secrets to living your best life. ðŸ’Ĩ Personal boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits. 🛑 Types of boundaries Physical: who can touch you and where Sexual: who can touch you and where in a sexual way Emotional: things people say to or about you Generosity: things you will do and how often for others 🧘‍♂ïļ It's important to step back and reflect on both your personal and professional relationships to determine if you are able to speak your truth and not allow others to take advantage of you. 🖐 Personal boundaries are important in order to maintain your self-respect, mental, emotional and physical health, your safety and privacy. ðŸĨŠ Violations of your boundaries occur when someone does or says something that makes you uncomfortable. 👊 Have you set boundaries in all areas of your life? If not, now is the time to set loving, yet firm boundaries to take back control of your life. You will soon discover a reduction in anxiety, an improvement to your mood and self-confidence as well as noticeably more respect from friends, family, coworkers, bosses and those you encounter each day. ðŸĪš If anyone disrespects you by continuing to overstep your boundaries, remove them or remove yourself. Your peace, happiness, and self-respect are more important. 👌 What are you waiting for? Get Inspired To Change Your Life www.changethroughpain.com

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I'm at the half way point through this life and passionate about living out my purpose.

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