Care to Change Counseling - Practical Solutions for Positive Change

Boundaries in Life

January 10, 2023 Care to Change Counseling Season 6 Episode 2
Boundaries in Life
Care to Change Counseling - Practical Solutions for Positive Change
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Care to Change Counseling - Practical Solutions for Positive Change
Boundaries in Life
Jan 10, 2023 Season 6 Episode 2
Care to Change Counseling

As we continue  to look at what is our responsibility and what isn’t,  it is important to discover the best way to prioritize our life. Brene Brown states “daring to set boundaries is the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others.”

Join Director of Care to Change, April Bordeau, and therapist , Jessie Lamier, as they continue our discussion about boundaries, adding a broader definition, discussing other types, and answering the question, “Are boundaries selfish?” Also included this week are practical steps to creating healthy boundaries. 

Three Boundary Styles 

Healthy

  •  Saying no 
  • Apologize when they hurt someone
  • Accept consequence 
  • Refuse to rescue others

Rigid

  •    Nothing passes through
  •  No authentic genuine connection

 Porous

  • Motivated by guilt or fear
  •  Willing to put up with anything


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Show Notes

As we continue  to look at what is our responsibility and what isn’t,  it is important to discover the best way to prioritize our life. Brene Brown states “daring to set boundaries is the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others.”

Join Director of Care to Change, April Bordeau, and therapist , Jessie Lamier, as they continue our discussion about boundaries, adding a broader definition, discussing other types, and answering the question, “Are boundaries selfish?” Also included this week are practical steps to creating healthy boundaries. 

Three Boundary Styles 

Healthy

  •  Saying no 
  • Apologize when they hurt someone
  • Accept consequence 
  • Refuse to rescue others

Rigid

  •    Nothing passes through
  •  No authentic genuine connection

 Porous

  • Motivated by guilt or fear
  •  Willing to put up with anything


Resources: 


Other Helpful Podcasts: 

Text us your thoughts or questions at our Care Line: 317-979-7133 

For more information about Care to Change visit  www.caretochange.org 

Follow Care to Change on Facebook  

https://www.facebook.com/CaretoChange.org/ 

Follow Care to Change on Instagram or Twitter @care_to_change