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Stand Up for Yourself: The Importance of Boundaries and the Art of Communicating

  • Feb 27, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Thomas Leonard said that “Boundaries are an imaginary line of protection that you draw around you, to protect your soul and what’s important to you”.

There are four escalating steps to communicate your boundary to another person:

1) Inform – Tell the person about your boundary

2) Request – Ask clearly for what you what

3) Warn – Inform the person of the consequences if they continue to violate your boundary

4) Act – Follow through on those consequences

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    February 21, 2013

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