Boundaries

Boundaries are protective measures that we can take to reduce the impact of a trigger. These are measures we put in place ourselves, like distancing from a person who triggers us, or asking for things to be done differently. Boundaries are not anyone else’s responsibility. If someone’s behaviour triggers me, I can implement a boundary by distancing myself from the person or changing my behaviour.

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