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How do you set boundaries?
Boundaries are crucial for protecting our mental health, having healthy relationships and good emotional wellbeing.
Personal boundaries can help you build independence, a strong identity and increased self-esteem. If you feel like you’re being taken advantage of or you’re walking on eggshells in your relationships, it might be a sign that you may benefit from establishing boundaries. Or it is possible you're in a domestic violence relationship characterised by coercive control.
If you have survived a controlling relationship, you might know what it is like to live as a prisoner of war. I'm sorry if you have experienced such oppression and terror. Everyone deserves to live in peace and safety. Where there is liberty there is love. Liberty is freedom.
Perhaps setting boundaries starts with an open conversation about the limits of your personal space, touch, kissing and what you are comfortable and not comfortable with. Interested to hear your tips! In the workplace it may start with an open conversation with your supervisor on how you like to be supervised and setting limits to prevent micro-managing. Also having the courage to give your supervisor feedback if you feel micro-managed or intimidated by their behaviour or communication.
Love to hear your tips on how you set boundaries for healthy relationships.
Light and LOVE
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Tania Gorry is a counsellor in private practice at Whole Warrior Solutions based on the Central Coast of NSW. Tania has a passion for supporting people living with disabilities, trauma, stress, anxiety, depression and grief and loss.