Structure your decisions, establish your own safe, comfort spaces, and build assertiveness.
Take Control of Your Life
We all want to have healthy boundaries. But what does that really mean – and what steps are needed to implement them in our daily lives?
Sought-after therapist and relationship expert Nedra Glover Tawwab presents clear explanations and interactive exercises to help you gain insight and then put it into action.
Filled with thought-provoking checklists, questions, writing prompts, and more, The Set Boundaries Workbook is a valuable tool for everyone who wants to speak up for what they want and need, and show up more authentically in the world.
Learn to set Healthy Boundaries in your life.
What does it mean to have healthy boundaries?
when we don't have healthy boundaries?
Learning to set boundaries.
Managing the discomfort of
Knowing your boundaries
Speaking your boundaries (so people can hear you)
better at communicating your boundaries.
Holding your boundaries is a form of self-care.
How your childhood affects your adult boundaries.
You are choosing your life when you choose a partner.
family we choose (friends).
Working on your boundaries.
Social media and technology.
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When to Say Yes, How to Say No
To Take Control of Your Life
Boundaries Updated and Expanded Edition
When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life
Setting Healthy Boundaries is a class for those who are looking to go more in depth with how to structure their decisions, establish their own safe comfort spaces, and build assertiveness. The focus will be on various topics ranging from defining choices, creating self esteem, and learning how to communicate well with others.
The Set Boundaries Workbook
Practical Exercises for Understanding Your Needs and Setting Healthy Limits
An accessible, step-by-step resource for setting, communicating, and enforcing healthy boundaries at home, at work, and in life.
The Community Support Model
Healing happens when you are surrounded by people that understand what you
are going through.
We involve therapists, counselors, mentors, and community leaders who volunteer.
Our Leaders have:
Our group leaders are well-trained, have passed our background check, and provide leadership and insight in a loving way, from a place of experience.