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Relationship Challenges During Lockdown 6: Adjusting your boundaries part 2

If this lockdown has taught us anything, it is that for relationships that matter distance is no obstacle, and lack of physical contact is no barrier. What matters is the effort and preference we give each other. We have learned that kindness breeds more kindness, and with it it brings compassion and care. It teaches …

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Relationship Challenges During Lockdown 5: Adjusting your boundaries part 1

Creating boundaries that cater to your needs and wellbeing is an ever evolving process that takes work. It isn’t easy knowing where to start or how to identify what boundaries need to be put in place without facing the hardships in your life and the things you need (from yourself) to safeguard the beautiful person …

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Relationship challenges during lockdown 3: Nurture the relationship you have with yourself.

Wherever you may have been on your self love journey, with taking care of your health, being in a good routine, practising self care and working through putting your boundaries in place in a bid to discovering yourself… lockdown happened and it happened to us all. For some of you continuing with a routine may …

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Dealing with Anxiety and Isolation 6: Technology, best friend or worst enemy?

During a time filled with so much uncertainty, no clear answers or deadlines and ever changing advice, it can be so easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and worried. Technology has been a great way to stay in touch with loved ones through video calls and messages. Our phones and laptops and all the amazing apps …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 11: Accepting when others say “No”.

It can be so easy to take a “no” personally. Particularly if your self esteem is low, or if your confidence levels need to be worked on. If you are someone that avoids the vulnerability of asking for help, receiving a “no” can really be internalised as rejection and instead of creating healthy boundaries that …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 9: I am not responsible for others feelings.

It is difficult to navigate through our feelings in a kind way and be accepting of those feelings without being judgemental. Uncomfortable situations can bring with it overwheling emotions. Unhealed past traumas can be triggers for emotions we have not yet faced or shy away from. During these times of big emotions whether it is …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 7 : I am not responsible for others choices

During this time of great uncertainty and the ever changing dynamics of the way we are living, we can choose to reflect, grow and make positive changes or we can get overwhelmed which will have really a negative impact on all the parts of us we are working on. We hope you are safe and …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 6: Stay in tune with your feelings.

When the world is forcing you to stop and take a break, and you are given the opportunity to self reflect, it should be embraced wholeheartedly and the occasion used to fully connect ourselves to how we feel inside as well as out. Use the time to understand who we are, pay attention to how …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 5: Understand we are always a work in progress.

We can often be such harsh critics towards ourselves, and our inner voice can be unkind and judgemental. Sometimes the opinions of others are internalised on a detrimental level which can stop our growth and really affect our self esteem and confidence in many ways, big and small. This in turn can make us feel …

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Personal Boundaries to put in place 3 : I am not responsible for others behaviour.

People that you love and care for become an integral and important part of your life and to some extent an extension of you. If you are someone that wants the best for those you love you can feel responsible for them in a way that can become unhealthy and can overstep boundaries that you …

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