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GayRites Community Forums – Interpersonal Boundaries

Published June 30, 2009 by Michael C Leeson

GayRites Community Forums – Boundaries

Words of wisdom on the importance of  interpersonal boundaries within the context of a same-sex relationship.

Healthy interpersonal boundaries + healthy relationship  = healthy person

“Boundaries are the limits we set around ourselves to keep safe, centred, and accountable. They are usually drawn from our values and they define who we are and what we will and won’t accept in our lives to keep our integrity and well-being intact. The more aligned our behaviour is with our defined boundaries, the more balance and harmony we tend to experience in our lives. When we act outside the confines of our boundaries, our self-esteem can take a hit and we actually can create a whole host of other stressors that will disrupt us and leave us feeling badly and out-of-integrity. It is human nature to stumble outside our boundaries from time to time, but when it becomes a way of life, underlying issues may be at play that will require some attention and intervention to avoid ongoing conflicts in one’s life.”

by Brian Rzepczynski,
The Gay Love Coach

September 06 2007