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Do you sometimes finish a conversation or a phone call with a nagging feeling of dissatisfaction or even a sense of frustration? Did you say โ€˜yesโ€™ to doing something when you actually did not want to do it whatsoever?To know your boundaries and convey them in a clear way is essential to feeling good; otherwise anxiety levels can start to rise. For Generation Panicโ€™ers (who often want to commit to everything and keep everyone happy) it may be hard to say โ€˜noโ€™.

Can you handle a no?

Boundaries are based on what is important to you - your values and your beliefs. They define who we are and what we stand for. As boundaries are set in relation to others, they naturally affect our relationships. Often our boundaries play a strong(er) role when we interact with our closest relationships, like family members and good friends.
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