Forming Healthy Boundaries

Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend 🙂

Boundaries are not walls. Boundaries tell people how far they can go whereas walls completely keep people out while simultaneously trapping you in. Walls limit your interaction with the world outside of yourself. With walls, you think you’re in control but you’re actually not. Walls aren’t healthy, but boundaries are. Boundaries are healthy because they’re flexible and can change. Walls on the other hand don’t change because you can’t change with limited space to grow. Something to think about.

If you liked this post on boundaries, you might like Signs You’re Overlooking Self Care and Confrontation.

Have a great week, and see you Friday.

Published by Paula

Hi, nice to meet you I'm Paula. I created Your Welltivity because I've been wanting to share what I know about wellness for the longest. I got introduced to wellness through physical fitness and nutrition (my two strongest facets of wellness actually because my background is in these two areas). But over the years, I got into health as a whole and wanted to learn more about everything that intersects to make a person healthy. So I learned that things like your environment, your mental health, etc. all come to play, and I just kept getting deeper and deeper into it because (to put it plainly) this shit's fascinating. I'm no expert though. I'm still learning, and plan to stay learning because there's so much to learn about wellness. While I do that though, I thought I'd share what I do know. Thanks for stopping by to get to learn a little bit about me, email me if you'd like at, I'd like to hear from you :) Follow Your Welltivity on Instagram @yourwelltivity. Follow me on Instagram if you'd like @a_m_paula Thank you again for your time, have a lovely and blessed day.

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