Boundaries Can Actually Improve a Relationship

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Healthy boundaries let you, and others, know what your limits are.

Selfless and never-ending doing for others is not emotionally (and sometimes not physically) good for you, your self-esteem or your relationships.

How good are your boundaries?  See our How Well Constructed Are Your Boundaries quiz in Vitality Volume 2 Issue 4 to learn more.

If you need help or support with setting boundaries, please contact us here.

Chris Vallier

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