Saying “No,” to family, friends, co-workers, and other people whom you want to please can be emotionally and psychologically exhausting to even think about.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from years of teaching and coaching neurodivergent people, it’s that many of us have struggled so much to gain the close relationships we have with friends and loved ones that we have become afraid to do anything that might risk our relationships, even when we are in dire need of more time or more space for ourselves.
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But we are in dire need. Autistic adults often struggle with burnout, an overwhelming feeling of physical and mental exhaustion, due to overwork. Neurodivergent people of all kinds are at higher risk of anxiety, depression, suicide, and other mental health issues compared to neurotypical people.
Setting boundaries is imperative for us to be able to enjoy our lives, get the support we need and deserve, and live with as much peace and comfort as possible.
So, if you:
- - find yourself often agreeing to do things you’d rather not do, or don’t have time to do...
- - place other people’s comfort ahead of your own needs...
- - find it difficult to confront other people when there’s a problem…
....you may have poor boundaries, and need to commit to setting stronger ones.
But don’t worry; I’m here to help! This 20 page guide will teach you how to evaluate your personal relationships, decide where you want your boundaries to be, and to enforce them when they're challenged. The book is succinct and clear, and packs a big punch to help you learn to say "No!" and protect your boundaries.