Boundary Work: The Webinar
Saturday, April 20, 2019// 12pm -1pm EST
Because we are all deserving of boundaries.
Did you know that you deserve to acknowledge, set, and hold to your boundaries without shame or apology? In our lives, it can be way too easy to see that everyone else is taken care of while ignoring our own needs. And I’m not just talking about being a woman in the world, being queer, being trans, being a caregiver - or even knowing what it’s like to grow up without having a lot materially. I’m talking about all of the intersections of who we are and what we believe in. I’m talking about how we’re taught early on to downplay our emotional, mental, and physical boundaries.
how we’re taught early on to see conflict as a sign of weakness.
how we’re taught early on to see outspokenness as a symbol of selfishnesses and insecurity.
We’re taught a lot about drawing our own lines and speaking up for our own right to be valued that is downright:
inaccurate, false, misleading, sophistical, imaginary, invalid, misrepresenting, and fraudulent, and all the other words that you find in the thesaurus under the word “falsity”.
But the thing about a lie is that in order to shine light on the truth - we gotta find our courage - the courage it takes to recognize that what we want and need matters.
THAT’S WHAT BOUNDARIES ARE
Drawing boundaries is the process of acting on our courage to be acknowledged and cared for.
Boundaries help us build and maintain relationships that are important for helping us unlearn harmful patterns of thinking and mythologies around unworthy (read: not good for us or other people) power dynamics.
Without them, we won’t have the pillars we need to stand up for ourselves and others when we encounter what doesn’t make us feel brave, protected, integral, kind.
Boundary Work: The Webinar is about getting you the right resources to begin wherever it is that you are.
On April 20, 2019 the Boundary Work Masterclass ($49) begins. Let’s talk about boundaries - how we set them, how we perceive them, how we honor them in our everyday lives...
Register now! And keep reading to learn more below.