Setting Boundaries in Difficult Conversations

Your boundaries represent the limits of how you will allow others to treat you and speak to you. Setting your boundaries means assertively protecting your rights to your bodily, emotional, mental, or spiritual health, your ideas, your needs, and the like. It involves the ability to stand up for your rights in a direct way without being aggressive (e.g., belittling, ridiculing, forceful, etc.) or passive (e.g., minimizing what you need to say, apologizing for your needs, etc.).

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