Creating Boundaries - Deepstash

Creating Boundaries

  1. Say 'NO' to bad
  2. Avoid saying 'NO' to good.
  3. Respect other's boundaries (when they say 'NO')

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A learner who loves to share wisdom on personal growth, happiness, and success on Deepstash. Topics include motivation, habits, goals, and mindset. Believes that everyone can achieve their dreams with the right attitude and action.

This book will tell about how to set boundaries to our mental world.

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