Friday, October 21, 2005

How to maintain your personal boundaries

You need to ask directly for what you want as this shows others who you are.
You need to nurture yourself and your moral soundness (integrity) so that you create an inner, instinctive sense that lets you know when a relationship has become
hurtful, abusive or invasive.
You need to be objective about others' behavior toward you without getting caught in their drama.
You need to have a limit to how many times you allow someone to say no, lie, disappoint, or betray you before you will admit the painful reality and move on.
You need to stop completely trusting others and start to completely trust yourself. You cannot expect infallibility from another human being. Nevertheless, you still need to learn to have satisfying intimacy with other human beings.

=^..^= Reverend Brenda Hoffman
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