You're overwhelmed. You overdo it all. You feel like a butler in your own home and you feel like others walk all over you. You sigh. You nag. You yell.
Your needs are so far from your reality that it’s almost laughable.
Your family members mostly ignore your requests and roll their eyes. Or, they flee the scene when you reach a boiling point and turn into a sharp-tongued dictator. And it gets you nowhere.
You’ve lived like this for a while. In fact, this is part of your life story. It shows up in friendships. At work. You’ve been catering to others for a long, long time.
Now, a global health crisis has you in a terrible bind.
You’re in a pressure cooker with your boundary problem! You’re trapped. Your household unmanageability is around every corner and you can’t run away from home. You know something—or everything—needs to change but it’s hard to know exactly where to begin.
The Boundary Bootcamp 30-Day Challenge is a practical guide for creating sanity in your household.
I'll walk you through the steps of establishing healthy relationships. You will discover your own needs and learn to express them to others in a way they can actually hear and care about.
You will learn a daily practice of shaping your day and your relationships so that the people you love finally understand their roles.
It’s time for your needs to matter. But first, they must matter to you.
Weekly "Ask Me Anything" coaching call with Beth Killough
Exercises and experiments to reflect on your current situation and facilitate immediate change. (Trust me. This is going to be fun!)
Printable PDFs so you have a summary and inspiration on-hand at all times
Private Facebook group to connect with Beth and a supportive community of like-minded women
What are boundaries and why do you need them (plus misconceptions and myths)
You Have Needs: Developing your personal awareness and committing to self-care
Your Needs, From the Heart: Communicating about needs with compassion, and making space for everyone to play a role
Teaching and Shaping Boundaries: Developing a common language, short-cus, and staying engaged with feedback
Troubleshooting and Likely Setbacks: Overcoming delayed boundaries, guilt, and when people hate our boundaries