What does it mean when people say who do you think you are?

What does it mean when people say who do you think you are?
What does it mean when people say who do you think you are? Children are born dreaming big dreams - think about the question "what do you want to be when you grow up?" What was your dream? When people say or convey the message "who do you think you are?" it's generally because
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Are Boundaries Selfish?

Are Boundaries Selfish?
Boundaries protect our mental health and our emotional health. They help us focus on what's most important. Boundaries are the support we need to manage our time and give to others from the heart. Why do I say that?
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3 Tips - How to Master Your Time

3 Tips - How to Master Your Time
How to set priorities without stress
How to set boundaries around your time without guilt
Try this simple exercise and get ready for a MASSIVE shift in your mindset
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Boundaries Hack - try this one thing for a massive shift

Boundaries Hack - try this one thing for a massive shift
Have you ever said "I have to ____" or "they need me to ____" Do you ever say "I have to do this" for a chore or something even in your own life? Did you ever say that with things people "need" or want you to do? Do you ever say yes to something and regret it later? Here's one simple way to hack your boundaries using language - this is a massive tip

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Are boundaries the same as control?

Are boundaries the same as control?
Sometimes people hesitate to create or enforce boundaries because they're concerned about being viewed as controlling. This is a very valid feeling and so much has to do with viewpoint. First let's talk about your viewpoint within yourself and the idea of modesty
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Healthy Boundaries Create Better Relationships

Healthy Boundaries Create Better Relationships
Healthy boundaries create better relationships, foster healthy interconnection. Someone who has no boundaries or collapsed boundaries Is fluid, becomes easily immersed, has no sense of self, merges with others and other problems. Someone whose boundaries are too rigid is unable to connect with others, unable to receive help and is emotionally detached making intimacy impossible.
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Say No with Ease / Say No without Guilt

Say No with Ease / Say No without Guilt
Do you have trouble saying no? Does saying no make you feel guilty? Do you freeze and don't know what to say or how to respond? Do you feel stuck? Try these simple, easy suggestions that will help you say no without guilt and say no with ease. Having good boundaries is so important but how do we do healthy boundaries without putting up walls?
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One Key to Better Boundaries and Emotional Healing

One Key to Better Boundaries and Emotional Healing
Grief for emotional healing follows a slightly different process than other types of grieving. For those looking to heal emotional wounds there's one key to focus on and it's...
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