Building Boundaries for Healthy Relationships by Alex Menh
Learn When and How to Say ‘Harmless' No – Master Your Emotions, Mental Health, Self-Love, Communication
Prepare yourself to gain control over your emotions and acquire valuable knowledge on establishing healthy boundaries in dating, liberating yourself from clingy partners, confidently and guiltlessly asserting your “No,” creating positive spaces for relationships to flourish, understanding the neuroscience and psychology of boundary-setting, and prioritizing your own needs by saying “No” to others.
Building Boundaries for Healthy Relationships: Learn when and how to say “harmless” NO
There is a certain kind of magic that happens when we set boundaries in our relationships. We are able to create space for ourselves, to feel safe and respected, and to cultivate connections that are based on mutual trust and understanding. But for many of us, setting boundaries can feel daunting, even impossible. We worry that we will come across as rude or unkind, that we will hurt the people we care about, or that we will be rejected or abandoned.
Enter “Building Boundaries for Healthy Relationships”: a self-help book for women and men that is as wise as it is witty, as practical as it is profound, and as necessary as it is nurturing. This relationship book is a true gem, a rare resource that is both grounded in science and rich in soul.
One of the things that makes this psychology book so special is its versatility. Whether you are in a romantic relationship, a friendship, a family dynamic, or a professional setting, you will find valuable insights and actionable steps that you can apply to your specific situation.
A healthy self-love means we have no compulsion to justify to ourselves or others why we take vacations, why we sleep late, why we buy new shoes, why we spoil ourselves from time to time. We feel comfortable doing things which add quality and beauty to life.
– Andrew Matthews
But what really sets this self-improvement book apart is its heart. From the first few pages, it becomes clear to the reader that the author deeply cares about them and wants them to thrive in all their relationships. Alex offers practical guidance without ever being prescriptive or judgmental, and balances humor with compassion in a way that is truly remarkable.
A Considerate Present
A present that will keep on giving, long after the last page has been turned! This emotional intelligence and mental health book is not only the perfect close-proximity, living-in, and long-distance relationship gift, but also a token of thoughtfulness for someone dealing with family, friendship, or workplace issues. With this personal development book in hand, your loved one will be equipped to navigate the ups and downs of any relationship with grace, confidence, and self-respect.
Get ready to master your emotions and learn:
- How to build healthy boundaries in dating and break free from clingy partners
- Different ways to confidently and crisply say “No” without feeling guilty
- The importance of giving every relationship a positive space for better sustainability
- The neuroscience and psychology behind boundary-setting
- How to say “Yes” to yourself and your needs by saying “No” to others
My profession is online marketing and development (10+ years experience), check my latest mobile app called Upcoming or my Chrome extensions for ChatGPT. But my real passion is reading books both fiction and non-fiction. I have several favorite authors like James Redfield or Daniel Keyes. If I read a book I always want to find the best part of it, every book has its unique value.