Now in paperback: Master Integrative Life Coach shows readers how to set healthy boundaries for deeper connection and freedom, to create life they most want.
Available in paperback for the first time: Setting Boundaries Will Set You Free. Do you feel like a "pushover"? Do you let other people make all the plans--letting them pick the movie, the restaurant, or the vacation destination? Does self-care feel selfish to you? And do you find yourself feeling resentful toward others because they don't seem to take your needs into consideration? Can you relate? If the answer is yes, this is the book for you! In this book, master coach, teacher, and author Nancy Levin will help you establish clear and healthy boundaries. This isn't easy; many of us don't want to "rock the boat." We assume setting boundaries will lead to conflict. And, unfortunately, by avoiding conflict and not setting limits, we tend to choose long-term unhappiness instead of short-term discomfort. This book includes exercises and practical tools to help even the most conflict-averse, people-pleasing readers learn new habits. You'll learn how to recognize and take inventory of your boundaries, view your boundaries differently by creating a Boundary Pyramid, learn how to say "no" effectively, and set your Bottom-Line Boundary. As your supportive guide, Nancy will show you how to gather the courage to live a life of "boundary badassery."
Foreword by Christiane Northrup, M.D. "Please read this book . . . and then give it to everyone you know!" -- Gabrielle Bernstein, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Super Attractor and international speaker
About the Author
Nancy Levin, best-selling author of Permission to Put Yourself First, Worthy, Jump . . . and Your Life Will Appear, and Writing for My Life, is a Master Integrative Coach and the creator of several in-depth coaching and training programs, guiding clients to live life on their own terms and make themselves a priority. She was the Event Director at Hay House from 2002 to 2014. Nancy received her MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, and she continues to live in the Rocky Mountains.