top of page
  • Sarah Chouffot

Boundaries for Days

Let's talk about boundaries!

Often when we set a boundary, it is not made in haste but rather as I need to disconnect from a situation that brings more stress and complication than peace, or from being backed into a corner.

When we do set a boundary, it can be perceived as "something wrong with you" by the person you set the boundary with.

This is not the case! A boundary, which ever way you set it - telling a person "No", not responding to messages or verbal requests right away, or disconnecting on social media, is a way of saying "I do not wish to connect right now, or any longer".

This is each person's right and there "should" be no shame in it. A person does not set a boundary to be disrespectful, they set it to honour themselves and their need for self protection.



bottom of page