“Emotional boundaries are basically the invisible line between your emotions and responsibilities and the emotions and responsibilities of others. When our emotional boundaries are weak or disordered, we take on other people’s ‘stuff’ and feel like it’s our ‘stuff’ and our responsibility to fix it.” – Terri Cole
Do you ever feel responsible for the feelings of others? Do you overgive and overfunction? Do you suffer from chronic indecision? If any of those things resonate, today’s episode is for you. I am sharing five signs that your emotional boundaries need help.
- 02:26 What emotional boundaries are and how they are the most difficult boundary type to maintain
- 04:02 Chronic indecision
- 04:54 Are you codependent? — Check your urgency!
- 06:40 Auto advice giving
- 10:58 Emotional reactivity
- 14:52 Over-functioning
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