“People-pleasing can take many forms. It simply means that you go to extremes to make other people happy, often at your own expense. People-pleasers are sometimes described as “doormats” because they let everyone walk all over them.”
Learn How to Set Boundaries Without Guilt
Digital Download Now Available!
Do you have trouble saying “no”?
Do you feel guilty when you say “no”?
Are you the dependable, responsible one that everyone counts on?
Do you do things out of obligation and then feel resentful?
Do your needs always come last?
Are you so busy doing for everyone else that you don’t make time for your own hobbies or self-care?
This setting boundaries workbook can teach you the skills you need to consistently set healthy boundaries that support your needs and healthy relationships with others.
Written for: This workbook is for adults who identify as people-pleasers or who wonder if they are. In particular, it is for all who struggle to set boundaries, are riddled with guilt when they do, and have a hard time saying “No”.
The book will help you:
- Increase self-confidence and self-acceptance
- Become more assertive
- Identify your particular people-pleasing behaviors
- Understand the origins of your people-pleasing
- Set healthy boundaries
- Let go of guilt
- Say “No”
- Manage stress and anxiety that result from setting boundaries with difficult people
Format: Setting Boundaries Without Guilt is an e-book that you will download and save to your computer.
You will receive a downloadable PDF designed to be printed (79 pages) and a free BONUS fillable version designed to be completed completely online!
Once you complete your purchase, you’ll be emailed a link to download the book. The link will be active for 30 days. Be sure to save a copy on your computer. I don’t suggest trying to download it on a smartphone.
Price: $22 by Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, or PayPal
Praise for Setting Boundaries Without Guilt:
Laura Reagan, LCSW-C, psychotherapist and host of the Therapy Chat podcast: “If you’re someone who worries about how people will react when you express your opinion or say no to a request, I highly recommend this workbook from Sharon Martin, LCSW! Sharon clearly explains setting boundaries and describes the factors that get in the way of being comfortable with speaking our truth. This workbook will help you identify what’s getting in the way and make changes so you can stop worrying about what other people think and speak your mind.”
Michelle Farris, LMFT, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and owner of Counseling Recovery: “Sharon Martin is a true expert in codependency. This workbook is a powerful exploration of people-pleasing and how to set boundaries with powerful yet gentle exercises to explore how codependency impacts relationships at its core. Each exercise is easy to do and will increase your awareness around codependency symptoms. I highly recommend diving into this treasure of knowledge for those eager to heal. Sharon is a master at teaching these concepts and making them understandable and easy to practice.”
Clinicians and organizations: This workbook lends itself nicely to our therapeutic work with clients both individually and in groups. I’m offering professionals this PDF version that provides written permission for you to copy and use this workbook with multiple clients or groups. You cannot alter or sell it. Thank you for respecting the copyright on this book by purchasing this version if you will use it with or give it to more than one client. I’m offering it for $79 which means it pays for itself when you use it with just 4 clients! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to make this purchase.