Boundariesare a healthy and necessary aspect to every relationship. They helpkeep friendships and romantic relationships intact, providing a senseof balance to the dynamic.
1.You find yourself justifying the bad behavior of others. If you aremaking excuses for why people are treating you badly, you’re notsetting the right boundaries in your relationships.
2.You blame yourself when things go wrong, yet it’s not your fault.Being held accountable for your actions is one thing, but if you findyourself doing this when someone else is treating you badly, it’s asign of weak boundaries.
3.Your decisions are disregarded often. Don’t give away your power ofchoice – if someone tries to dominate you or crosses a line, it’simportant to speak up without being dramatic and effectively learnhow to say no.
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