Who hasn’t come across the need for setting boundaries, whether as a parent, carer or professional? Whether in relationships, work situations or in the community? Healthy boundaries refer to the limits we set around a situation, especially when it comes to behaviour expected in a classroom, workplace, in the community or at home.
Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, explains that healthy boundaries are not so much rigid rules but guidelines that support personal growth and development in the classroom of life we are all a part of.
Setting boundaries that support safety and development in our classroom of live is important. These boundaries are not fixed but need to expand as a person becomes more responsible and develops and masters life within set boundaries first.
And thus, the expansion provides more opportunities to embrace, learn and master what life has to offer, leading to increased levels of independence, capacity, self-responsibility and finally self-mastery.
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