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O l l i v ⚡️ (@oliviamrs) Instagram Profile Photo

O l l i v ⚡️

Ashley Barreda (@ashley_ananda) Instagram Profile Photo

Ashley Barreda

Cherezade Aanya Smalley, LMHCA (@thesacredmystica) Instagram Profile Photo

Cherezade Aanya Smalley, LMHCA

Leslie Gustafson (@lesliegustafson1) Instagram Profile Photo

Leslie Gustafson

Stephani Brady Jungmeyer (@mamayogi108) Instagram Profile Photo

Stephani Brady Jungmeyer

ARMINA.🌹 (@metamxrphosis) Instagram Profile Photo


you can be excited for something but also be just as overwhelmed for it too. both emotions that may appear as polar opposites CAN coexist at the same time, and that’s okay too. it’s kind of like when we remind ourselves to be grateful toward a new opportunity yet we find ourselves feeling intimidated by it or feeling like we don’t have what it takes to get through it. both can coexist at the same time. 🌙   #boundaries

Ronalyn Karylle Edmosa Tuting (@ronalicious91) Instagram Profile Photo

Ronalyn Karylle Edmosa Tuting

I see myself happy and contented🤞 #boundaries 💓

Ten Dahilig (@_show_pony_) Instagram Profile Photo

Ten Dahilig

As a child, I was never good at coloring inside the lines no matter how hard I tried. So instead, I made my own border right outside those lines and it’s been that way ever since. ✨ #boundaries lashes by @jules.guam 💋

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Madrid, Spain

Sometimes life isn't about doing more but doing less.⠀ ⠀ Listening to your body, respecting your needs and taking care of yourself.⠀ ⠀ The most important part? Not feeling guilty about it!⠀ ⠀ #boundaries ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

Bozeman, Montana

Detachment is not the absence of love but the ability to take care of yourself in the midst of someone else’s choices. Detachment isn’t apathy. It is self respect. It is self love. And, it is necessary for healing and inner peace. #boundaries

Amy Rose Wellbeing (@amyrosewellbeing) Instagram Profile Photo

Amy Rose Wellbeing

You’re no use to yourself or anyone else if you become consumed in other people’s problems. . . . #boundaries

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Self Space

Are you a rescuer? You may not be aware of it, but some of us are attracted to those who need help because it feels good to help them. Most of the time, we’re not even aware of this motivation ourselves. And while it appears to be based on a desire to help others, the underlying reason for wanting to rescue someone is so that they will need us. A rescuer needs to be needed because deep down they believe that is the only way they will be worthy and loveable. It also allows the rescuer to feel good about themselves because they feel more capable than the person they are rescuing. We often believe they are weak and we are strong. But in reality, this dynamic only serves to keep you tied to people who demand your service to them while they give little or nothing to you in return. Over time, your self-esteem weakens because you are not getting your needs for love and support met while your partner’s needs become the focus of the relationship. If you think you may be a rescuer, you need to recognise that your needs are important too and that you should be and will be loved you for who you are, not for what you do for others.

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