Defending boundaries

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February 13, 2011
Living Freedom
by Claire Wolfe  
Posted in Commentary, LAND Commentary

"No, chronic boundary violators will rarely stop — unless we impose consequences and accept that there may be consequences for us, as well. Ultimately, though, getting the boundary violators to stop is only one part — and perhaps the lesser part — of boundary setting and defending. The heart of the matter is that we understand ourselves better, own ourselves more strongly, and become more free by knowing and defending our personal boundaries. And that comes in handy when facing the biggest boundary violator of them all." (02/11/11)  

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