When was the last time you said no to someone and yes to yourself? How did it feel? What were the reactions you experienced?
I’ve talked and coached a lot of kindhearted women who feel like a bitch when they set boundaries. And if you feel like you are one or know one, this episode is perfect for you. In this episode, I talk about boundaries and why it’s so hard for some of us to set them. I talk about unshakeable certainty and what it means. I also share the standards and expectations for women and why it doesn’t help us embrace our true value.
At the end of this episode, I share questions that you can use when you feel like your truth and your value is being compromised. So make sure you listen till the end and enjoy another confession of a former mean girl!
“Kindhearted folks find themselves in this position where they feel like a bitch whenever they prioritize their own needs, their own feelings, their own time over somebody else’s, and a lot of this has to do with having been conditioned.”
This episode explores:
❤️🔥 What is unshakeable certainty?
❤️🔥 The standards and expectations of a perfect woman.
❤️🔥 How do you set up boundaries?
Unshakeable certainty is knowing 100% who you are, the value you bring, what your gifts and your strengths are, who you are as a person, what your traits are as a person.
Here are some of the highlights of Episode 2:
❤️🔥 (00:30) Do you feel like a bitch when you set up your boundaries?
❤️🔥 (02:45) Do you have an unshakeable certainty?
❤️🔥 (05:11) What are you doing when you are working on boundaries?
❤️🔥 (07:37) The standards and expectations of the perfect woman.
❤️🔥 (09:00) My questions for you that can help you set your boundaries.
❤️🔥 (11:39) How do you start setting your boundaries?
As promised, here are the links you need to know:
❤️🔥 My personalized private session Unbound. It’s part coaching, part ceremony and 100% soul liberation: https://seryna.ca/unbound
“It takes work to be in this really powerful sovereign place, and it takes a commitment and practice so that boundaries become easier.”
Once you’ve given this a listen, I’d love to know your thoughts. Tell me how this landed for you, what your biggest a-ha moment was and what you’re committed to incorporating into your life to help you become the truest version of yourself.