Whatever boundaries we have created, it is important for us to analyze why we put them up. Some boundaries are very healthy and should remain in tact. Others may have been put up out of hurts and may need to be adjusted as you heal. We like to call those "walls" as opposed to "boundaries". This is something that I am currently struggling with. Which boundaries are healthy and which are not. Wherever you are on the scale of your boundary making/adjusting here are some ideas on how to further show respect to yourself.
1) Do not waiver on your morality. The worst thing you can do to your self esteem is to become what you know is not morally right. It's a downward spiral that can lead to depression and a major loss of self respect.
2) Speak positively about yourself. Psalm 139:14 says "I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well." Be your own cheerleader.
3) Don't let what others say or think about you, shape how you feel about yourself.
4) Work on improving yourself spiritually, physically, mentally, and financially.
5) Make a list of your positive attributes and strengths. Try to focus on these aspects of yourself.