Learning To Set Limits (2)

June 9, 2010 by  
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featured_1Yesterday, I wrote about setting limits, which is what I’m working on now.  I decided to write about it again today because setting limits with people can be life altering.  It is that important.

I am standing on the edge of a big change and honestly, I’m scared.  I see the big picture, I know it must be done, but being and acting differently brings up a lifetime of habitual behavior based on ancient feelings about myself.

I know what I need to say to this man must be said and I know I will do it.  The reasons I’m writing about setting limits again is: 1 – It’s very much on my mind, 2 – I process things by talking or writing about them 3 – I want to share the fear so if anyone out there can identify with this issue or is going through something similar right now, we can do this together 4 – Show others that fear and uneasiness are part of change.

I am also looking for the right words and approach.  I don’t want to come from anger as I know acting with rage is just another way to not own up to my rights and what I think it is right.  My words have to come from my heart because if they do, they will reflect what I need and think with honesty.  It is only then change will take place.  I have to stand tall with no gimmicks.

Thank you for listening (reading).  Thank you for sharing.

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