Journal questions can aid in your self-exploration, to get curious about what your reasons for boundaries issues may be. They can be a self-coaching tool to help you clarify your needs, your relationships, and your identity, so you can get your needs met & become more you. This 31-page self-coaching workbook will be your best tool to build boundaries.
Let’s build boundaries into your homeschool & your life.
Let’s clarify your needs, your relationships, and your identity.
Oh, and the biggest benefit:
- practically transforming how you approach yourself (which directly influences others),
- shifting your relationships towards satisfying your needs & others’ needs,
- clarifying your identity (& thereby your daily (& meta) purpose)
So that you can build boundaries that will transform how you learn to advocate for yourself so you can become more you and live your life on purpose.
You’re reading this because you know you have issues with boundaries but you’re not clear why, and you’re definitely not sure how to change it.
You spend too much time thinking about…
- what other people think about your homeschool
- answering the phone when you should be eyeball-to-eyeball with your kids
- spending more time doing extracurriculars because people are asking you to participate, even though you want a quiet day at home
- giving your time away in meaningful things, but not the most important things
- fielding unsupportive questions about your homeschool choice
- feeling exhausted by conflict with your partner
- knowing you’re not showing up as you’d like with your kids but you’re not sure why
- feeling guilty or ashamed at how you’re showing up with your kids
- desperately wanting a separate space or time away from your kids
- feeling your kids are mistreating you or disrespecting you, but you can’t quite figure out if that is just them being kids or…
Straight up, if you identify with these thoughts, you need boundaries.
I’ve come to understand that the energy we have for our homeschools (& lives) is directly proportional to our established boundaries:
- the boundaries we have in our relationships,
- whether that be our relationship with others or ourselves,
- and also how we’re framing the vision of our homeschool
I’m a homeschool mama just like you.
I’ve been a mother for over 21 years but not until my oldest daughter was 3 years old did I begin to put boundaries into practice.
It was pretty messy, as you can imagine.
An earthquake domino drop occurred in every relationship I had.
And though it was terribly uncomfortable, even scary (since there was a threat to my sense of security and confidence), it began a domino drop of false identity and false self.
Let me explain: I had to own who I was and why I was here on this planet. I had to own how I was speaking to myself, how I spoke to others, and how I expected others to speak to me.
And now I see, I had come home to me.
From that time on, I have been drawn to authenticity, freedom, and purpose.
Boundaries have required me to assess my relationship with others and most importantly, my relationship with myself.
Let me share what I’ve learned so you can experience that authenticity, freedom & expansion in your life (& your homeschool) too.
“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
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