What is a boundary?
It is a space (physical and emotional) that you set between yourself and others.
A boundary tells you where you begin and the other person ends.
Why is it important?
We need good boundaries for emotional and physical health.
How do I know if I have boundary problems?
Boundary problems can look very different depending on the person but here are some examples of behaviors that may indicate you need a boundary tune-up.
– You can’t say “no” even to things you don’t want to do.
– You allow a particular person to behave in a way that you wouldn’t allow others (e.g., yell at you, be late all of the time, interrupt your work)
– You find yourself sharing very personal details about your life with strangers.
– Your friendships with your students sometimes get in the way of you being an effective instructor or troupe leader.
– You truly feel that others are responsible for your happiness (or unhappiness.)
The good news is that with a few simple steps, you can create healthy boundaries that will positively impact your health, personal life and professional relationships.
Join me on a journey to “tune-up” your boundaries.
This class will have opportunities for discussion.