Are you someone who often puts your desire to be liked above your need to prioritize your time, energy, and well-being?
People who feel a constant need to please others have a hard time setting boundaries in their personal and professional relationships. Your relationships are important to you and you feel like it’s your job to maintain them by constantly giving into the needs of others.
You may be afraid to set boundaries because you fear that if you clearly state your wants and needs, you risk sounding stupid, making someone angry or upset, or losing a connection with someone. You might feel that if you set boundaries, you come off as demanding or high maintenance.
What’s important is to uncover where your boundaries are coming from. What’s the motivation behind them?
In this workbook you’re going to:
-Uncover your specific fears about setting boundaries in your relationships
-Learn the difference between healthy boundaries and ones that may be harmful to your wellbeing
-Set boundaries for specific people in your life who are important to you, but who you often find yourself in uncomfortable situations with
Hi there, I’m life coach Christina Reinke!
Platforms for Peace is a safe space where YOU are the priority! As a life coach, I act as a guide to help you figure out what it is you need to move forward on your goals. Not the goals you’ve felt obligated to achieve, but the goals that actually light you up and provide purpose and meaning to your life.
Healthy boundaries make for healthier relationships.
It’s time to set boundaries that prioritize your mental health and wellbeing, while maintaining healthy relationships with those closest to you.