Dr Rebecca Ray – Setting Boundaries

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Dr Rebecca Ray is a clinical psychologist, author and speaker. Rebecca has been a clinical psychologist for almost two decades and an author of four books including The Art of Self-Kindness and The Universe Listens to Brave andBe Happy: 35 Powerful Habits for Personal Growth and Well-Being. Rebecca can be found interacting with her community online about using courage and brain potential to make a meaningful difference in the world while going gently on ourselves. An informative and indeed invaluable new book Setting Boundaries will be available in the New Year.


https://twitter.com/drrebeccaray/status/1453272624390414338 – An update from Dr Rebecca that due to shipping being affected by COVID, Setting Boundaries will be available in print form early in 2022.



Setting Boundaries is not just about saying ‘no’.

It is about pursuing the things that set our soul on fire, loving deeply without losing ourselves, and better resisting the demands and expectations of others.

Many of us, raised to be people-pleasers, find ourselves giving in to draining colleagues, friends, partners and relatives.

In Setting Boundaries, Dr Ray shares science-based advice and tools to help you:

  • Identify your boundaries and when they have been crossed
  • Recognise the patterns and habits that have failed to support you to feel empowered
  • Engage in difficult conversations from a place of strength and self-kindness
  • Set clear, intentional boundaries and become your most loving, fulfilled and authentic self


Accessible, inspiring and deeply practical, Setting Boundaries ignites us to rethink our relationships, reclaim our lives and protect our mental health and wellbeing.



‘Within the first two pages I found myself exclaiming, She’s so brilliant. That’s exactly how it is! – Dr Libby Weaver

‘Yet another valuable contribution from Dr Rebecca Ray and one I can genuinely and sincerely recommend.’ – Dr Tim Sharp

‘I will return to this book over and over again when I’m feeling lost and need a comforting voice of support.’ – Alison Daddo

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