boundaries are the limits that people set for themselves and others in their personal and professional relationships. boundaries help people to protect their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, as well as to respect the well-being of others. They can be expressed verbally or non-verbally, and can vary depending on the context and the person. Some examples of boundaries are: saying no to unwanted requests, asking for privacy or space, communicating one’s needs and preferences, avoiding toxic or abusive situations, and respecting other people’s choices and opinions.

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