Boundaries

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Boundaries - Where You End and I Begin: How to Recognize and Set Healthy Boundaries

 

Obviously, too much distance in a relationship leads to a cooling of romantic interest. Surprisingly, enmeshment can do the same. Here’s why. Enmeshment, remember, may feel close, but it isn’t. Enmeshment means someone’s individuality is being squashed. An enmeshed person is not known.

When a Couple

Boundaries - Where You End and I Begin: How to Recognize and Set Healthy Boundaries

 

When a couple becomes enmeshed, that is, when the individualities of each partner are sacrificed to the relationship, the individuals and the partnership suffer. Sometimes, as in Carla’s case, one partner forces the other to give up separate opinions, perspectives, and preferences. Sometimes, as Donna described, a partner takes on her mate’s views and ideas voluntarily.

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