We’ve all been there. You set a healthy boundary with someone and feel good about it for about five minutes, and then the guilt begins to set in. You start thinking about how the other person is feeling and whether you’ve upset them. Or maybe now they’re angry and you’re regretting having said anything. If this is you and you’re ready to overcome your guilt and regret when you set boundaries, then you’re in the right place. Today you’re going to learn why you feel guilty and regretful and my three-step process to overcome guilt and regret when setting boundaries.