Nancy Levin – Setting Boundaries Will Set You Free

Master Integrative Life Coach shows listeners how to set healthy boundaries for deeper connection and freedom to create life they most want.

Do you feel like you’re 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, speaker, 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 listeners 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”.

“This work was life-changing for me, and if you’re someone who has avoided boundaries for years, it can change your life, too.” (Nancy Levin)

Author: Nancy Levin
Narrator: Nancy Levin
Duration: 6 hours 48 minutes
Released: 20 Jul 2001
Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
Language: English

User Review:

descent seven-year

If you have a man in your life … make sure he reads this! Life changing! If there was an option to rate this higher than 5-stars…I would. (It should go to 11!)

My highest recommendation to all men to not only read…but to internalize, embody, and implement in their lives!

Every guy should take the experience and wisdom from this book, and step-up & execute in your daily life.

For example:

"Excuses get easier to default to each time you use them. The value I placed on my goal was higher than not achieving it."

"Over time, small, insignificant choices add up to big results, either good or bad … Think of the word ‘because.’ By simply using this word in a specific way, it can change your habits. Use ‘because’ to attach value to why you are doing it. I go to bed earlier now because I want to show my boys that their dad takes the time to take care of himself."