Personal boundaries are important for maintaining our overall wellbeing. We need them in our lives to make sure we don't get overwhelmed and to help us navigate our day-to-day in a healthy, positive way. So how do we utilize them and make sure they are respected?
This is for those of us who’ve had things not work out as planned, or for those of us shown a new direction that makes us feel unsure. This is for those of us who are trying to accept that a long held dream has slipped away and we’re left feeling directionless ...
Often, when I’m stressed, anxious or experiencing a low, my frayed edges can become hardened or antagonistic … so sometimes it’s good to have a reminder of how I want my footsteps to tread, my words to flow and my actions to speak.
During my lifetime (so far) I’ve lived in at least 10 different homes (physical buildings). Half of those were apartments I’ve rented and the other half were family houses (parents/grandparents). Some of those homes have the fondest, deeply held memories of love I’ve ever encountered. And some have been places of insidious darkness.