Susan L. Farrell, Author


dreamstime xs 19506202We have the right to set boundaries.  We have the right to create boundaries around what we consider acceptable behavior from others and what we consider acceptable treatment of us.  We have the right to defend those boundaries.

This can be difficult when we have people in our professional and personal lives that continually want more, more, more from us.  When this happens, we have the right to assertively defend those boundaries by respectfully telling the other person, “No.”


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