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Also, I'm always sort of "eh" on anything with an overarching faith-based approach to self-help. I don't believe in this book because most of these things should be common sense.
Over the past few years I have written about boundaries, your personal limits of what you will and won’t put up with, many times.
Don't let people step on you, this book will help you realize people that will make relationships particularly hard, when to get out of those, and how to conduct yourself so that you don't become that person.
It takes two to make a relationship work :)This isn't the most difficult read ever and some of the points are a little "Duh", but overall – interesting points about the need for boundaries and some food for thought when trying to balance emotion and logic.
I recently attended a professional networking event and was happy to meet a sharply dressed, attractive woman with a bright smile and impressive credentials.
Within five minutes she told me extremely personal details of her dating disasters, abusive relationship history, financial troubles, fertility challenges and zealous religious views.
Yet, every day I hear from women who even in reading about boundaries and knowing the importance of them are afraid to actually divorce on the horizon, and who are not over their ex. You’re not someone to pass time with while they figure out what they do and don’t want, and the moment that you involve yourself in any of the above situations, the person knows that they don’t really have to do anything.
Setting boundaries is also important if you want to retain your sense of value while being in relationships.Often times, people get so wrapped up in accommodating others that their sense of self and their own boundaries may become a little loose.With that, they lose themselves and lower their self esteem in the process.We need to address the whole spectrum ("just kissing" included). First, the fact that "romantically oriented" is in italics above is important.I am obviously not saying that hugs and kisses of affection or greeting to relatives and the like are out of bounds. In some cultures, kisses of greeting — between members of the same sex or of the opposite sex — as well as hand-holding and other forms of physical expression during normal, non-romantic social intercourse, are more common. You might even be able to talk me into the notion that , "non-leaning-in" hugs of greeting, sympathy, etc.