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“You get treated in life the way you train others to treat you.” Robert Anthony. Teach others about your boundaries! Physical Boundaries – not allowing anyone to abuse your body. Emotional Boundaries – not allowing anyone to v erbally abuse you e.g. humiliate, insult, etc.
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“You get treated in life the way you train others to treat you.” Robert Anthony • Teach others about your boundaries! • Physical Boundaries – not allowing anyone to abuse your body. • Emotional Boundaries – not allowing anyone to verbally abuse you e.g. humiliate, insult, etc. • Intellectual Boundaries – standing up for your ideas and opinions despite who is present. • Spiritual Boundaries – standing up for your values and spiritual beliefs that define you.
Cells Function Like Healthy Boundaries! • It keeps poisons (toxic people) out, and lets nutrients (healthy people) in, and gets rid of waste. • It defines the existence of the cell by separating it from other cells. • It knows when to allow healthy things in and when and how to keep unhealthy things out. • Therefore, we have a choice to be an active or passive participant in healthy boundary setting.
Your Personal Bill of Rights You have the……… • Right to grieve over what you missed in childhood. • Right to follow your own values and standards. • Right to say “no” to anything I’m not ready for. • Right to have my needs respected by others. • Right to expect honesty from others. • Right to forgive myself and others. • Right to give and receive unconditional love.
The Boundary Request Model 1. Observation Statement 2. Feeling Statement 3. Need Statement 4. Request Statement 5. Intention Statement
Role-Play Assignment Part 1 Part 2 • Write a script about a past conversation that occurred with a frustrating person that involved a conflict or about you having a negative feeling. • Ask somebody in class to role-play the frustrating person. • Write their part and yours on a sheet of paper for them to read. • Read and act it out to the class. • After you act out Part 1, read and act out Part 2. • Part 2 is you verbalizing the 5-Step Boundary Request Model after the conflict starts to begin.