After experiencing narcissistic abuse, it is a great time to reexamine your boundaries. Are your boundaries healthy and are they working for you? Narcissistic abuse occurs most of the time, because of poor personal boundaries. If we had seen and paid attention to the red flags early on, we would not have taken the path to being in an intimate relationship with a cluster b personality disordered person.
Here are 6 tips to creating healthy boundaries:
- Reexamine your values.
- Get used to saying No.
- Look after your own needs and wants.
- You are NOT responsible for other people’s emotions.
- Follow through-claim your boundaries.
- Practice detachment.
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