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Personal boundaries – do you really know what they are, why you should have them or how they will protect you? « Amanda Green
Do you know what a personal boundary is? You might think of it as a way to cope with other people; a way to keep space between yourself and them. That would be right. You might see it as a set of r…
It is a selfless act to release someone from needing you to contain their emotions.
I recently did a group on the topic of Boundaries in BPD. I’ve noticed a few articles and blog posts about the subject online in the last little while. Here are a couple of blog posts from my good friend Debbie Corso at HealingFromBPD.org on boundaries:
Here are a couple of posts from Debbie Corso of HealingFromBPD.org about “reading” others, taking on their emotions, and boundaries: