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Are Your Boundaries Rigid, Loose Or Healthy?

Are Your Boundaries Rigid, Loose Or Healthy?

Boundaries can take many forms ranging from being rigid and strict to almost nonexistent.

People with more rigid boundaries, can come off as detached. Their boundaries can be seen as a way to avoid close relationships and keep others at a distance

Those with more loose boundaries, can be seen as being too involved with others’ problems. They tend to overshare personal information. Because they seek to please others for fear of rejection they find it difficult to say “no” and are often seen as pushovers


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Blurred boundaries at home and at work are associated with unhealthy lifestyle,unhappiness, which may lead to conflicts and eventually family breakdown.

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