How to communicate your rights & boundaries

How to communicate your boundaries

A wise person once said, “If someone throws a fit because you set boundaries, it’s just more evidence the boundary is needed.”

Boundaries reflect your rights. If you’re not sure exactly what constitutes a boundary, begin by asking yourself what you consider your rights to be.

For example, you have the right to alone time. You have the right to return that email later. You have the right to not be insulted or bullied. You have the right to decline the invitation, take a pass, ask for your needs to be met, to be treated with dignity, to decide what to do with your body, and say “yes” to something that lights you up.

Need help with communicating your rights?

If you’re looking for real connection & meaningful conversation with other amazing women JOIN US TOMORROW for a brilliant & insightful conversation and class on this month’s topic: Bolstering Our Boundaries.

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Cyber safe hugs,
AmyK


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