Mission Statement of Boundaries:
Boundaries are fine lines between yourself and the world. Knowing your value and worth is the foundation for setting healthy boundaries. We are equipped to develop healthy personal boundaries within ourselves, our family, children, and relationships.
What are Personal Boundaries?
Personal boundaries are the limits and rules we set for ourselves within relationships. A person with healthy boundaries can say, “no” to others when they want to, but they are also comfortable opening themselves up to intimacy and close relationships. A person who always keeps others at a distance (whether emotionally, physically, or otherwise) is said to have rigid boundaries. Alternatively, someone who tends to get too involved with others has porous boundaries.
Take our BOUNDARIES QUIZ to see how you can develop healthier boundaries and relationships.
Types of Boundaries:
- Social Media Boundaries
Suicide, Dangerous Apps, Human Trafficking, Bullying
- Physical Boundaries
- Emotional Boundaries
Internal Boundaries, Suicide, Bullying
- Sexual Boundaries
Date Rape, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment
- Time Boundaries
Learning to say “NO”, Time Management Skills
- Spiritual Boundaries
Setting spiritual boundaries entails discernment
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