Setting Boundaries

Set Boundaries to Place Yourself Higher

Learning to create boundaries is tough. It’s even tougher when you once allowed something to happen for so long and then you realize you don’t want to allow that to happen anymore. People get angry when you create a new boundary or move the boundary line. Don’t worry about those people. They will eventually get over it.

I’m starting to create boundaries and moving the boundary line up to create a more positive, healthy space for me because I know I’m worth it. This isn’t about power tripping either. It’s about self-empowerment tripping. There’s a difference.

I’m finding my foundation and standing my ground. It’s about making me important and showing others I matter and I value me, my time, and my energy.

As I continue on this journey towards finding myself I’m discovering that boundaries matter. I need to always be aware of them and know when to use them so people know I value myself.

If you don’t value yourself, your energy, your time no one else will. So start setting your boundaries now to raise your self higher and show everyone else how valuable you are.

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