Do you have trouble saying no to others when you really need to take care of yourself?
Do you have trouble saying no to yourself, too?
To have the best possible results, you must create an environment that supports your success, physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. It’s the “social” piece that often is overlooked.
Boundaries are all about relationships.
Your relationships with others will have a major impact on your bariatric surgery success. Your relationship with yourself will, too.
If you are new to bariatric surgery, as you develop your “new normal” it can be a challenge to get others in your life on board. It’s also difficult to get yourself on board, because even though you want to change, you may also resist that change.
For veterans of bariatric surgery, often some of the social and emotional problems become entrenched, and these challenges can trigger stress eating and other kinds of suffering!
- Do you mostly put other peoples’ needs before your own?
- Do you allow others to say things to you that bother or hurt you?
- Do you just eat what’s served, rather than honoring your needs?
- Do you put up with too much Star Trek when you want to watch This Is Us?
- Does the voice in your head, your “inner critic”, berate you and tell you lies?
- Are you the one who always takes your mother to doctors appointments, while your siblings refuse?
- Are your family or friends wanting you to be the same person you were before surgery, thus sabotaging your WLS lifestyle?
- Does the stress from difficult relationships trigger your grazing or night eating?
- Does your friend with the problems keep you on the phone so long you don’t get to have your evening routine?
- Do you have trouble getting people to keep their commitments to you?
The Boundaries Bootcamp isn’t just a class to teach you how to say no or draw the line. It is a class to help you develop better relationships and a happier life, by learning how to reduce the drama in your life.
Healthy boundaries affect how we treat ourselves, how we treat others, and how we allow others to treat us. And we all know, stressful relationships with anyone (even ourselves) can hijack our self-care.
How can we possibly take care of ourselves if we don’t know how to set boundaries? Further, if we have to set boundaries, how can we do it without pushing people away?
Wouldn’t it be great to get your needs met and live a drama-free life?
If your answer is YES, this class is for you!
Join Katie Jay for her new Boundaries Bootcamp, during which you’ll learn:
- What a life without boundaries looks like and how better boundaries can help with your self-care.
- When and how to have difficult conversations with others, so you can get your needs met.
- How to lessen the drama in your relationships through boundary setting.
- What types of boundaries you may want to set, internally and externally.
- How to identify and limit your “inner critic,” to lessen the “drama” in your head.
- The nuts and bolts of boundary setting with others: what to say, how to say it, and how to handle what happens as a result.
- How to develop boundaries with a level of safety and confidence.
Who: Hopefully you! And any women who have had, or are considering, any type of bariatric surgery.
When: October 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th, November 1st and 8th, from 6:30PM – to 8:00PM Eastern.
Where: Zoom! You’ll get to meet your virtual classmates, have breakout conversations, and form a bond with women who share your desire to have less drama, better self-care, and more real connection in their lives.
How Much: The 6-week Boundaries Bootcamp will be just $127. (This is an introductory offer. The investment will go up for future boundaries bootcamps, so take advantage now!)
Katie Jay’s Boundaries Bootcamp
Sessions are conducted via Zoom
Monday evenings, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Eastern
The investment is $127 (A limited-time offer!)