A Menu For Improving Personal Boundaries


Boundaries aren’t just about reacting to others. The concept also includes how you reach out to and connect with others. Use this menu to work on all kinds of personal boundaries. Soften or firm up your defenses as necessary, in order to connect better.

A Menu For Improving Personal Boundaries

Who can this worksheet help?

This personal boundaries worksheet is good for people who have experienced:

  • Anxiety
  • Overwhelm
  • Relationship struggles
  • Communication issues
  • Trauma
  • Boundary issues
  • Abuse
  • Social anxiety
  • Pushing people away
  • High emotional sensitivity
  • Family dysfunction

Need motivation to improve your personal boundaries? 

“In order to be healthy and happy, we all must have boundaries, and we must learn to stick to them.  It’s a matter of our own wellness.” – Project Healthy Schools

“Boundaries are often difficult to set, hard to follow and easy to bend on…Establish what works for you, set your boundaries. Meet your needs. Self care is imperative.” – ThinkPod

“If somebody’s constant response to you taking a step back to work on yourself and your mental health is offense and constant disrespect towards your boundaries, you do not need them around.” – Naquoyah

“Having emotionally immature parents may have undermined your self-acceptance, self-expressiveness, and hopes for genuine intimacy, but there’s nothing to hold you back now as an adult.” – Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD

A boundary menu

A Menu For Improving Personal Boundaries

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