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The Boundary You Didn’t Know You Were Missing

Setting personal limits complementary to your needs and desires can strengthen your self-trust and identity

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I can remember the agony of checking email, as if my inbox — a completely innocuous tech tool — had become my worst enemy. Each refresh was like a Russian roulette of impending crisis or criticism. If you’ve…




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Melody Wilding, LMSW

Melody Wilding, LMSW

Author of TRUST YOURSELF. Executive coach to Sensitive Strivers. Human behavior professor. Featured in NYT, NBC, CNN.

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