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Breakfast Leadership 23h
Stories of Effective Communication & Conflict Resolution
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Allism Jun 19
Skin is sensitive, and boundaries have a skin.
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KLaRae 3h
Everyone has personal boundaries. Respect them.
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Cheyenne. Jun 16
I refuse to respond to non emergency work texts on a Sunday
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Arth Patel 22h
Face timing while working out???
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Hands OFF! 7h
Replying to @HandsOffNG
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Tash 6h
Glad I'm out from that entertaining spirit some have... everything is not about entertaining to be the center- stay behind the scene sometimes.
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LJKG Jun 18
Replying to @GoodJuJuGuru
Right i just want to scream you can't be sending this message to young women that this is a healthy relationship that guy is nuts and to allow someone like that in your world is dangerous
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Daniel Angetile 🇹🇿 1h
Replying to @BeatriceGabriek
Lack of boundaries invites a lack of respect.........
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this incredible life coach 16h
watches old episode of Friends + realizes Phoebe had the answer from day one: “i wish i could, but i don’t want to.”
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Coach Fish May 31
Great drill for a wild elbow. I usually see this with QBs that also pitch. This is not something that will be fixed in 1 day. Elbows are stubborn, attack the problem with excessive repetition.
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Vicki Tidwell Palmer Jun 16
A negative response to and limits means, at a minimum, that you’re doing something different!
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Barb Davies 4h
Guard your circle! Don't let others pull you into their storm. Draw them into your peace.
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Jody Walker Jun 14
Awkward moment of the day: Parent follows counselor into bathroom & continues to ask her questions...while counselor is in the stall.
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J.S. Park 7h
To those who have been abused: Forgiveness doesn't mean friendship. You don't ever have to open the door again on an abusive relationship. You have the right to say “no.”
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Lindsay Paulson 9h
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Maryanne Pope 6h
Time is a non-renewable resource – once a day is gone, you never get it back again. I'm realizing this more and more since turning 50.
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Move Through To Thriving Jun 18
When you set , there must be follow-through. There must be an ACTION that occurs when/if someone tries to step thru your boundary. It is not enough to just state it. There must be action. Start w/ your non-negotiables & set those boundaries. Watch how others react.
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Build a Better Us Jun 17
A new episode of Build A Better Us Podcast is streaming now on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Google Play music: "Boundaries": Continue the conversation on social media with & (Click on the link below to hear the entire podcast) . .
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Amy Rice Jun 13
Shall we count the number of times BOUNDARIES have come up in a workshop or conversation?? :) Practice saying no!
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