Unsetting expectations is important. When we don’t feel valued, worthy, or enough — and we’ve set the standards and expectations ourselves — it’s key that we unset them.
But, in all of that, we also need to learn how to (properly) set (proper) expectations too.
To prioritise ourselves.
To talk about ourselves and our work.
To ask for what we want.
To speak up.
To stand our ground.
So, while you’re learning how to unset the high expectations of yourself, learn how to set healthy ones in the process too.
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