Don’t Be A Doormat! How You Can Finally Get Your Life Back

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Don’t Be A Doormat! How You Can Finally Get Your Life Back

 
 

Having clear boundaries in your relationships is essential for your self-care — mentally, emotionally, and physically. When you lack boundaries, it’s all too easy to be a doormat for people who will take a mile if you give them an inch - leaving you feeling powerless and resentful.

Keep reading for a detailed look into the benefits of establishing healthy boundaries personally and professionally.

 
It’s all too easy to become a doormat when you allow people to take a mile when you only intended to give an inch. Keep reading for the 5 ESSENTIAL steps to take if you want to avoid feeling powerless and full of resentment. | Fitness and Wellness Strategist | Beflourished #empowerment #boundaries #selfworth #confidence
 

The Benefits of Boundaries

Establishing healthy boundaries is crucial for proper self-care. When boundaries are lacking, there’s no freedom for your relationships to grow and flourish because one person is, more or less, in control of the other.

Weak boundaries will ultimately lead to resentment, anger, and burnout. Poor boundaries will keep you from saying “yes” when you really want to say “no. You’ll continually be in a place where you’re always giving, and the other person is always taking.

At Work

When you set healthy boundaries in the workplace, you’ll experience less stress, better productivity, and more fulfillment. This creates the ability to live autonomously and make decisions for yourself based on what’s truly best for you. And when you’re at your best, you are able to do your best work.

In Your Relationships

When you set healthy boundaries in your relationships, you will avoid resentment, hurt feelings, and wasted time. You’ll be able to say no to the things you don’t want to do and avoid feeling like you're powerless in your relationships. Hurt feelings will be few and far between because you’ll be able to speak up and voice your feelings right away instead of letting things fester. You will also avoid wasting time in relationships that bring you down because you won’t feel the need to stay out of a misplaced sense of obligation.

 

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Mia Miller is a mother, wife, athlete, and lover of life. She is also a Mindset & Personal Development Coach, and founder of Beflourished.com.