Our personal boundaries aren’t as obvious as a fence or a giant “no trespassing” sign, unfortunately. They’re more like invisible bubbles.
Healthy boundaries define what is appropriate behavior in our relationships behavior that keeps both parties safe. When we set boundaries, we’re less angry and resentful because our needs are getting met. Boundaries make our expectations clear, so others know what to expect from us and how we want to be treated.
And setting healthy boundaries is crucial for self-care and positive relationships.
Areas Where You Can Begin To Set Boundaries:
5 Tips On How To Set Healthy Boundaries: