I loved this post. I love the entire blog to be honest – the drawings that go along with the posts are gorgeous. If you want to teach me to write so prettily :). The post is about recognising and honouring your emotional boundaries. Which is so necessary and important to us all. To recognise our boundaries. To keep to and respect our boundaries. This post ‘spoke’ to me since it’s something I’m constantly learning. That I exist and come first. How to protect myself. And that in reality, giving to myself and keeping my boundaries is actually giving to others. I’ve seen it both with myself and with others. When I give beyond my boundaries it hurts me and thereby the other. When others have given to me beyond their boundaries it hurt them, and ultimately hurt me. Anyways, after this ramble…..
Love, light and glitter!
If you are a giving person by nature, a person that thrives on helping others and seeing them succeed, that can be a beautiful thing.
If you are always that person that people call to offload all their worries and issues on, if you are constantly picking up after other peoples messes and feel duty bound to do so… that is not ok.
When you feel overwhelmed and carry the weight of others problems and emotions on your shoulders and they feel better but you’re left drained, it is time to put yourself first and start enforcing your emotional boundaries more effectively.
Emotional boundaries allow for your best qualities to thrive in a safe environment and simultaneously allow for you to be the best version of yourself under the umbrella of self care.
Emotional boundaries separate your thoughts and feelings from others, allowing yourself the respect, time, care, privacy and…
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