This is the second workshop in this series focusing on the importance of Self-Care and the tools to practice it daily.
Boundaries are created by you, for you, to say what's OK with you and what isn't. They establish where your responsibility ends, and others begin. So why are they so hard to set and uphold? So many of us give tirelessly of ourselves and do for others first, often leaving us feeling unappreciated, resentful, and burnt out! Boundaries may seem selfish or uncaring. But actually, the opposite is true!
Setting healthy boundaries honors the relationship with yourself and others. It creates a healthy interaction of Self-Care and gives others permission to learn and grow from their own choices.
In this workshop, you will address the following plus so much more:
Recognizing what a boundary is.
Identifying where in your life you may need to set boundaries.
Learn how to effectively communicate boundaries.
Learn how to uphold boundaries.
Take advantage of the monthly Boundaries Empowerment Group after attending the workshop to help you practice the skills you will learn. (Optional, more details to follow after registration)
Facilitated by Darlene Nelson, CPC, Wellness and Self-Care Coach and Angela Failor, therapist.