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Generational Trauma

Boundaries are a hot topic right now & for a good reason.

As we heal the wounds of generational trauma and break toxic cycles in relationships and families it’s tempting to lean on boundary-setting as a means of protection.

Unfortunately, setting boundaries requires a bit more work on our part. Identifying an undesirable behavior is only step one. The next step is deciding how you intend to enforce this boundary.

It’s not enough to say “I don’t allow people to speak to me that way.” We must be willing to stick to that assertion when the boundary is inevitably crossed. That can look like walking away or pausing the conversation until the other party is ready to honor your conditions.

We cannot expect other people to honor our boundaries if we are unwilling to honor them ourselves.

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