We have a preconceived notion that boundaries are really hard.
Defined in her research, Brene Brown explains that boundaries are simply making clear what is okay and what is not okay and why.
It’s not charged, just clear.
The hard part arises not from the boundaries themselves but from our attachment to the outcome of those boundaries. The attachment to whether or not those boundaries will be respected. Attachment to the impact those boundaries will have on our relationships with others. And an attachment to the perceived value of ourselves based on those boundaries.
When we release our attachment to outcome, we lay down the burden of attempting to control that which we cannot and we open the door to infinite possibility.
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