Among the most misunderstood concepts in communication (of all forms) are boundaries. Knowing how to set boundaries is both one of the most essential yet most neglected social skills. Despite the fact that boundaries are the roots of wellness and the oxygen of clear communication, most people neglet to practice the art of setting boundaries.
As Brene Brown says: “Clear is polite, unclear is rude.” And this concerns both our relationship with others and our relationship with ourselves. The more precise we are in politely expressing our boundaries, the more likely our boundaries will be heard and respected. You may have to repeat yourself a few times, but surely in the end it will only come across that we are communicating clearly.
Yes, boundaries are the roots of wellness and the oxygen of clear communication. Define them timely!
Boundaries act like an invisible fence around the perimeter of a yard. Boundaries define where our own space ends and someone else’s space begins. The basic premise is that we are the first to be aware of our own limits so that we can insist on them clearly and politely.
Boundaries are not punitive restrictions against intimacy. On the contrary, boundaries protect our mental, physical and emotional well-being, thus giving room for the development of healthy relationships at work, at home and in social circles.
We will talk about all this in this new women’s experiential workshop organized by New Path by Kalli with Kalli Laskari, on Sunday 19 March 2023.
Do you want to participate?
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Say what you want, the right way, on the right time, for the right reasons, to the right person.