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Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Setting personal boundary

Today post have been in my jotter forever...  Been going through my older stuffs and I found some blog worthy posts there...  That should make up for the days we would loose due to my exams.  And new DIY coming up very soon and thinking jewellery this time around(if am able to get the material I need in ife, no sew just a Lil bit of wire work 'n pearl 'n a Lil knowledge of weaving for the other). I have two necklace ideas that would totally look fab...  Soon we would dedicated one day in two weeks to a fab DIY post...  For now a  saving up for a camera.  In the meantime enjoy today's post(if I don't get d material here by the time I need it, I might just do an hair band tutorial, cut for your natural hair and at no cost too. .  Now be good if you can't be good be careful.

Personal boundaries are imaginary lines you draw around yourself that no one should cross either physically or emotional... You are entitled to privacy, decency, kindness, love, truth. 
      You are entitled to basic self respect, you can't expect others to respect you unless you respect yourself. You can't respect yourself until you have formed a clear picture of who you are and what you are
     setting personal boundaries means you don't have to be scared of other people any more, you now have a clear idea of what you would put up with and what you won't.  Once someone crosses the line between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour, it gets really easy to say No!  I don't want to be treated like this or spoken to like this.
     Setting personal boundaries enable us resist pushy people, rude people, aggressive people...  Successful people know their worth and do not get messed with.  Successful people are ones who can recognise emotional blackmail, people playing games, people on the make, people who are weak and needy, people who dump on others, people who need to make you feel small in other to make themselves feel big.  Once you have got these lines drawn around you, it gets a lot easier to stay behind them and be firm, resolute, strong and assertive.

5 comments:

  1. Am waiting for the DIY, personal boundaries have been a guide to most actions I have ever taken in life. Nice post dear

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  2. Its cool. Having a personal bundry is really important. No one can hurt you when you have the both physical and emotional bundry.

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  3. It's advisable to set boundaries or else people will take you for granted.
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