People with solid boundaries tend to have lower levels of stress and higher self-esteem because they prioritize their well-being.
On the other hand, people without boundaries may inadvertently let others take advantage of them.
They may lack self-confidence, a sense of purpose, or a clear identity to guide them through life. Counselor Dr. Dana Nelson writes, "in work or in our personal relationships, poor boundaries lead to resentment, anger, and burnout."
People without boundaries can be easily persuaded into things they don't want to do because they may be acting out of guilt or obligation rather than self-love.
Suppose you're tired of living your life for other people or find yourself exhausted by all the commitments you've made to others. In that case, it's time to set some boundaries and reclaim the power of your time, energy, and mental well-being.
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