Sign up for 10% off your first order!
Say it with us: setting boundaries is self-care. If you often make yourself small, bend to others’ needs, and put yourself last, you should probably evaluate your boundaries.
Why it’s important. Setting boundaries is not selfish. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. It can be extremely beneficial to building strong relationships. When you communicate your boundaries, you not only strengthen the bond, but you can avoid some of the common pitfalls of resentment and anger that occur when you don’t communicate your needs. Boundaries can even make you a happier person because they allow you to look inward, evaluating your own desires and goals. And, of course, they are an excellent tool for stress-management. You can mitigate stress-inducing situations by clearly defining your comfort levels.
Starting small. Like most self-care routines, the key is to start small, be kind to yourself, and – most importantly – practice. Here are just a few ideas of how you can start to set boundaries:
b.minton is redefining realistic self-care for busy women. Shop for beautifully curated and ethically sourced self-care gift boxes at bminton.com and follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest @shopbminton.
#shopbminton #womenowned #giftsforher #giftboxes #selfcare #womenhelpingwomen #herstory #together #stress #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #boundaries #settingboundaries #mindful #mindfulness #mindfulliving
Great tips, exclusive offers, and coupons!