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Healthy Boundaries: How to Set Strong Boundaries, Say No Without Guilt,
and Maintain Good Relationships with Your Parent, Family
and Friends by Chase Hill
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Discover the power of self-love, and learn how to set healthy boundaries - without feeling guilty


Do you ever wonder what it would be like if the people you care about respected your personal space? Do you wish that there was an easy way to say “No” every time you don’t want to say “Yes”?


If this describes you, then you've probably had moments of trying to please others, even to your own detriment.


If this happens too often, eventually, people will start taking you for granted - and you won’t be taken seriously even when you try to say “No.”


What’s worse, when you do try to set up boundaries, people will label you as mean or moody. It will seem impossible to make people respect your decisions without starting conflict.


But there’s a simple way to solve your problems!


You can start doing what YOU want to do. You don’t have to compromise your individuality just to be “considerate” of others. You can set healthy boundaries, and make your friends, family and parents respect that boundary.


In Healthy Boundaries, here’s just a taste of what you’ll discover:

- A step-by-step guide to setting healthy personal boundaries without starting an argument

- 5 dangerous mistakes you must avoid when setting boundaries

- The secret to saying “No” without feeling guilty - and without being misunderstood

- How to stop constantly apologizing, and find out when you should and shouldn’t be sorry

- 10 debilitating myths that are stopping you from setting up boundaries - and how to troubleshoot them

- How to detoxify your emotions and release toxicity from your system like a breath of fresh air

- How to handle these 6 different relationship types (you’re in one of them right now)

- A clear path to give you the freedom to love yourself, follow what YOU want, and prioritize yourself


And much more.


Setting up boundaries isn’t about being rude: it's about acknowledging that your well-being comes first. When you feel good, everything around you will be affected positively - including the people you care about.

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