Showing posts from December, 2013

My sit-down comedy routine on boundaries

A million thanks to WOW, Diana Lindsay, and George Henny for capturing this in 2012. I just got this yesterday, so if you missed this- here is my own journey learning boundaries. There are also many other women's stories saved by WOW and worth watching.
Enjoy! Happy 2014! May your boundaries serve you well!

Making a video of the workshop for people to use at home


Are boundaries for everyone?

Are boundaries for everyone? Only if you think world peace is important.Love,Sarri

Will you protect your boundaries?

Ever wonder about people who don’t get it? You’ve said, “No. Please don’t, I would prefer if you didn’t…”You hear yourself saying, “I’ve said it a thousand times and still they keep doing it!” Sometimes when we set boundaries, we need to take a lesson from nature.This hive is a great image for boundaries.If someone doesn’t respect your polite and nicely stated “no”, go ahead and put a little sting into it. Other people show us exactly how much sting we need in our boundary. If someone responds to your polite and gentle “no”, there is no need to put any sting in it. But if the person crashes through your boundary, stop being kind and sweet. Wipe the smile off your face and put some sharp “stingers” into your “No”. It is not “mean” to be firm when someone needs it. Some people are not respecting your boundary. The wasps will protect their boundary. Will you protect yours?
Boundary Practice Lesson Cards are available here

It is December, Boundary Season is Now Open

Four Rules: 1-No credit-card binging 2-Try not to make it ONLY about ‘others’ 3-Repeat this word as much as possible and see what happens: ‘Enough’ 4-Go outside and play! enough enough