When you hear the word “limit” do you cringe and automatically feel resistance?
A lot of people struggle against limits (“I don’t want to pare down my collection of figurines! Don’t tell me it’s wrong to have this many pairs of black pants!”) Setting limits and following them is a true task in itself.
If you’ve got a cluttered home, your limit is set for you by the size of your home – and you may have filled it up to the absolute max.
But in that case, YOU’re not in control; your house is. When you think about it that way, a lot of people completely change their position.
Because don’t we all want to be in control?
So why not use limits as guides to help you select the best? Or to take care of yourself (like with bedtimes, screentime, limits on unhealthy food, etc.)
When you set the limit instead of letting an external force set it for you, YOU are in control.
In this video, I share why limits can be so positive and give you some ideas for limits you can set that will serve you in a positive way.
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