Set healthy boundaries to overcome trauma


  1. Understand the impact of childhood trauma on your life.
    Reflect on the traumatic experiences you have had in your life. How did they affect your ability to form healthy relationships? Write it down.
  2. Recognize the need for healthy boundaries.
    Establishing healthy boundaries in relationships can help break the cycle of past trauma and create a secure attachment style. It can also foster emotional management, build resilience, and instill a sense of safety and security.
  3. Set healthy boundaries.
    List down these boundaries and communicate them clearly to others.
  4. Reassure yourself.
    Use words to reassure yourself that it is okay to implement the limits and expectations that you need in order to feel safe.


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