Setting boundaries that help improve our lives by maintaining our mental health and emotional well-being should be seen for what they are; a necessary kindness we show ourselves that nourishes and restores. It’s essential we remind ourselves about this every now and then …
It’s commonplace to view ending something or altering a part of our lives through the eyes of defeat; especially if we thought they represented concrete elements of our life’s path. Relinquishing ourselves from the expectations that no longer serve our purpose can sometimes be the answer we’re looking for.
Only we experience what’s needed to fulfill our everyday lives. It’s okay if we implement changes and set boundaries or end something to establish an alternative direction. Regarding things in a fresh, new light may just be the guidance we require.
The No BS Guide To Protecting Your Emotional Space – Healthline
11 Ways To Take Charge Of Your Life – HuffPost
NAMI Helpline – a free, nationwide U.S. resource that offers experienced peer-support guidance and advice
CheckPoint – global (by country) resources for mental health support
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