Don't let toxic people rule your life.
Recognize where your power is and how to use it.
Identify your choices.
Set boundaries and reclaim your life.
The No-Nonsense Guide to Setting Boundaries with Toxic People
This 25-page digital guide contains tips and strategies that I've honed over 20 years as a psychotherapist. It has an interactive style that asks you respond to reflective questions to help you apply what you learn.
We all know that setting boundaries can be hard, especially with narcissists or emotionally immature people who feel entitled and don't like limits. If you're struggling to set boundaries with a toxic person, this guide can help you identify your options, focus on what you can control, and move from feeling victimized to empowered.
Setting boundaries can help you protect and take of yourself. And we all deserve to be safe, cared for, and respected by ourselves and others.
I invite you to do something positive for yourself and purchase a copy today!
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About the author
Hi, I'm Sharon Martin. I've been a psychotherapist for over 20 years and specialize in helping individuals in overcoming codependency, perfectionism, and self-criticism so they can embrace their authentic selves and build happy, healthy relationships. I believe boundaries are an essential component of self-care and I'm passionate about spreading the word that boundaries aren't selfish and there's no need to feel guilty about taking care of yourself! In addition to the resources on this website, I write the blog Conquering Codependency for Psychology Today and am the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism.
This guide is a PDF that you can read on your device or print. Upon purchase, you will receive a link to download the material. Please save a copy immediately to your computer. We do not advise downloading your purchase via a smartphone. All books and products created, sold, and distributed by Sharon Martin and LiveWellwithSharonMartin.com are for educational purposes only. They are not psychological or mental health treatment and should not be used to diagnose or treat a mental health problem.