If you’re reading this, chances are setting to and (sticking to!!) your boundaries probably doesn’t come easy for you. 

(I feel your pain!)

You may have grown up in an environment where you witnessed or endured abuse, had a parent who was emotionally unavailable or who struggled with addiction or mental health issues. If you’ve been in an unhealthy relationship, you may have been made to feel guilty for expressing your feelings or disappointments. Or been with someone who needed you ALL.THE.TIME and felt threatened if you asked for alone time or time with your friends.

All of these things can blur your perception on what YOU NEED and what’s right for YOU.

I recently recorded a FB Live where I share :

3 Tips for Setting Healthy Boundaries.

3 Tips to Set Healthy Boundaries

Do you automatically say yes to things with your significant other, with friends, coworkers or with a client – only to find yourself feeling resentful later? Do you overextend yourself, showing up for everyone first – and yourself last? DO YOU SAY YES, WHEN YOU MEAN NO? Here are 3 tips to help you set healthy boundaries (and self-respect for yourself) so you can avoid feeling resentful later on down the line. As a recovering people-pleaser, not wanting to "rock the boat" or "make-you-mad" kind of a person, setting and sticking to boundaries has always been a challenge for me. These are the 3 things that've helped me manage the small discomfort of saying NO to others (while greatly saving my sanity). Do you struggle with boundaries? Have a favorite tip that helps you say NO? Tell me below!

Posted by Bethany Dotson Yoga Therapy on Monday, February 25, 2019

Now, I’m gonna be honest. It seems as though every time I try to enforce a healthy boundary for myself, the Universe inevitably tests me! Can anyone relate? Boundary setting is a process, but I promise you gets easier with time, is an act of self-love for YOU and ultimately attracts HEALTHIER relationships.

Are boundaries a struggle for you? I’d love to hear about it! Comment below and let me know what you struggle with the most!