I make the distinction between boundaries of self containment and self protection and give examples of both in my life.
Learning boundaries of self containment means I only share things that are personal with trustworthy people. Boundaries of self protection means I get to decide what I will and will not tolerate. I give examples of each type of boundaries I’ve set, and I also make the case that boundaries of self containment are also boundaries of self protection.
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