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Sherie Hodds 4m
Podcast episode #3 is officially up! In this third episode, chat about criteria leaders can consider in creating healthy and making great decisions for yourself. Check it out!
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Brave Publicity 3h
are so important for living an optimal and productive life. . . Boundaries sometimes mean saying "No" to others or some things and saying "Yes" to yourself and your needs. . . This approach will often not please some, but hey, you can't please everyone anyway.
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HDSB Wellness 6h
When you naturally default to yes, people have difficulties knowing your . Use the time to think through 3 very important questions before you say “yes”: ●︎ Do I really have the time? ●︎ Is this worth a yes? ●︎ What does my gut say?
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Ash 1m
How the children's book The Giving Tree should have ended! The tree sets boundaries and stands up for herself! Worth a read.
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TheRovingSocialWorkerJ Aug 6
Honor & Value your time. Setting time is healthy. Setting time boundaries is prioritizing & setting aside time for all areas of your life. When you prioritize all parts of your life, it's much easier to limit the amount of time you are giving to others.
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Tracey K 20h
Unhealthy compassion= codependency; overidentification; caretaking others so they don’t experience consequences. Healthy entitlement= living your preferences so that they do not encroach on others; no minimizations, coercion, or intimidation.
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Rev. Carla Cheatham 7h
I’ve enough of my own monkeys running around in my head. I don’t need to borrow anyone else’s.
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Cypher 14h
There are so many things that I wish I could talk to you about. So many things that excited me or conversations I wanted your thoughts on.. but I have to make peace with the fact that for right now.. we are not friends.
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Dr. Jonice Webb Aug 4
Personal boundaries are your greatest life protection. Yet it can be difficult to know how to create them for yourself.
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ZAHARA’s DREAM Aug 6
“Love yourself enough to set healthy .” As women, young women, we are pressured to accept and say yes to everything. This is counterproductive. Setting boundaries is revolutionary. Setting boundaries is self-care.
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Josephine Ferraro Aug 5
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Jess Magill Aug 6
B.O.U.N.D.A.R.I.E.S Have them, respect them, learn about them 😌.
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HDSB Wellness Aug 5
How do we kindly and proactively ensure healthy ? It’s not an easy task, and oftentimes, rather intimidating; telling people what you need might seem selfish, aggressive, or even rude. But it’s important! Here are a few ways to begin
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Claudette Chenevert Aug 4
As a parent and as a family member, you have a responsibility to notice your impact regardless of your situation in life. Claudette Chenevert – The Stepmom Coach Want to learn what I do? Curious about my process? Hashtags: #
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Breakfast Leadership Network 6h
Stress Reducing Tips for a Better Night’s Sleep
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Lauren Hutchins Aug 3
I lived "The Giving Tree" as a little kid, but I really like this version.
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The Styling Tea 20h
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Gay Men's Brotherhood Aug 6
Michael said this during our last episode about . If you haven't already checked it out you can watch it here - Or join us tonight for our group Zoom chat all about Boundaries - Link in bio!
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The Center for VFR Aug 5
! It is always the perfect time to set your boundaries! It is okay to tell someone you don't like how they treated you or what they said to you. It is okay to change plans and set boundaries to stay in and relax!
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Feldstein Family Law Group P.C. 9h
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