Setting Healthy Boundaries

You may feel the desire to people-please with your family, friends, and people you happen to pass on the street. 

Though wanting to please people is not inherently bad, people-pleasing has numerous negative effects on the people-pleaser.

It sets unrealistic standards, puts self-care on the back burner, decreases self-esteem, and increases stress and anxiety. All around, this overwhelming sense to people-please is dangerous to your health and others around you.

The only way to beat people-pleasing is to have intense self-discipline, self-respect, and knowledge of your inner voice.

In this guide, you will learn many useful tips and tools for creating, setting, and enforcing healthy boundaries.

Allan Curtis, Certified Professional Hypnotist