Dare to Set Healthy Boundaries?
By Love Grow Be Happy & Irina Bengtson, PhD
Would you like to have healthy boundaries with your difficult mother?
To say "no" to her and other people without guilty feelings attached?
The How to Set Boundaries
& Protect Yourself from Hurt Course helps daughters of difficult mothers become confident communicators, decreese stress and achieve more in life.
“Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others.”
In this free 10-part email course you will:
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How well do you know your boundaries?
Many of us, daughters (and sons) of dysfunctional mothers, have weak or unclear boundaries that make us vulnerable to new attacks and manipulations. Boundaries not only need to be set but also protected.
Think of boundaries as they were walls – walls around your home. They protect you from bad weather and harmful people, keep you warm and safe. There's a door in that wall, and only you have control over who and when comes inside. Lack of boundaries is the same as keeping the door open all the time. And when your door is stuck, it means that your boundaries are rigid and you can't let anyone in, even if you want to.
Either way, don't worry – you can build proper boundaries and set a fitting door. It takes effort and time to learn new skills you need, but the sooner you start, the faster you will enjoy the sense of privacy and security.
“The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say ‘No’ to almost everything.”
Learn how to set and protect boundaries with your parent(s) and other people in your life. It's free!
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About Irina Bengtson, PhD
Irina is a daughter of a narcissistic mother, clinical psychologist and a founder of LoveGrowBeHappy.com. She combines her professional knowledge with a healing experience to help other daughters of difficult mothers heal and live fully, with joy.
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