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To Set Stronger Boundaries, Practice These 4 Skills

How to not let everyone and anyone walk all over you.

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Boundaries are not walls.

Walls keep people out. They’re solid, impenetrable, and immovable.

Walls are not adaptable. Once they’re set, you can’t easily lift them up to accommodate a new person or situation, no matter how deserving they…

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Life, acid and sweet.

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Renata Gomes

Renata Gomes

Writing about love, relationships, culture, and life in general. Get my book, Acid Sugar, at shorturl.at/hvAVX

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