The following questions (to the left) will give you a sense of how well you are at implementinvg healthy boundaries.  Healthy boundaries involve a balance of both grace and truth, and are able to be modified and varied based upon the type of person you find yourself interacting with, the type of relationship you have with the person, and the context. 

 

Going to either of the extremes is not healthy, and either likely makes you a likely doormat (which is not a loving thing to become, as it simply enables dysfunctional and selfish people to remain as they are), or an emotionally reactive and hurtful person (which is NOT the solution to the fear of being taken advantage of by selfish people) .

So, ready to find out how you do?  Click on the questions to begin:

 
 

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