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GRAPHIC: 5 Questions to Help Set Boundaries!

How to Set Boundaries

One of the most challenging things many of us need to learn to be happy and enjoy life more is to set boundaries – both with others and ourselves. A boundary is when we draw a line in the sand recognizing what we need – and ensuring we get that need met. It is about taking care of ourselves. Often this involves saying “no” to others or  ourselves. But it can also mean standing up for ourselves, speaking out and defining what we will and will not accept in respect to how we are treated.

Answer the 5 questions below, then pick one boundary and take action!

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8 thoughts on “GRAPHIC: 5 Questions to Help Set Boundaries!

  1. This is good material!
    Thank you for sharing.
    I look forward to incorporating this into some of my client conversations.
    I even have names in mind that this might help “see” why they are overwhelmed.

    1. So glad you found this helpful Leslie Thankyou for taking the time to comment! Warmly, Emma-Louise

  2. Hi Emma & the Coaching Tools Co team! Thanks for all your great infographics, inspiring articles and wonderful resources for coaches. I love them and use them often.

    1. Thank-you so much Lynda! You are awesomely supportive as always! Em x

  3. I am loving these newsletters, thank you.

    1. Dear Judy, thank-you so much for taking the time to comment! So glad you love the newsletters! Warmly, Emma-Louise

  4. Hi Emma- Louise,

    I love the Infographics, are they available for purchase so that I can use my branding?

    1. Hello Lynne,
      Thank you – we’re so glad you love our inforgraphics! Yes, we do have brandable infographics for purchase as part of our Social Media Graphics Packages: Warmly, Mary

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