Unfortunately, this product is no longer available. Sharon has written a new guide to setting boundaries!
The Better Boundaries Workbook is available from most book retailers.
Do you feel guilty when you speak up for yourself?
Are you tired of trying to please everyone else?
Do people take advantage of your kindness?
Learn to set clear, effective boundaries with confidence!
You don’t have to feel guilty!
Learn to set boundaries with this easy to use guide
by licensed psychotherapist Sharon Martin.
You will receive two versions of the Setting Boundaries Without Guilt E-Book (a 77-page PDF that you can print and a fillable Word document, so you can complete the exercises without printing).
PLUS you’ll receive an audio and PDF of the affirming meditation “Healing from Shame”.
This guide includes:
Exercises to help you reduce people-pleasing and decide whose opinion really matters
Strategies for Setting Boundaries
Case Studies to Illustrate Boundary Challenges
Help for Managing Boundary Violations
Tips for Managing Stress
Q: Who is this guide for?
A: This guide is for adults who struggle with people-pleasing, codependency, and setting boundaries.
Q: Will I receive a print copy of the guide?
A: No, this is a digital download. Upon purchase, you’ll receive a link to download the resources. There are two versions of the e-book, a 77-page PDF that you print and a fillable Word document (so you can complete the exercises without printing).
Q: When will I receive the guide?
A: You’ll receive it immediately (usually within 5-10 minutes).
“One of the many qualities that I admire and respect about Sharon is her clinical expertise and commitment in helping individuals reduce anxiety, especially individuals with difficult family members. Sharon has a rare combination of compassion, clarity and solid tools in supporting the people she works with through her therapy practice and her wonderful online courses and materials.”
— Mari A. Lee, LMFT, CSAT
“I love Sharon Martin’s work on healing codependency and childhood issues. Her online work has made a significant impact in the recovery community and those wanting to heal from codependent issues. I’ve followed her work for years and have found her work on boundaries and childhood wounds incredibly valuable both personally and professionally. If you get a chance to work with her – don’t wait. You’ll learn valuable tools that will make a huge difference in your relationships!”
— Michelle Farris, LMFT