A boundary is a personal “property line” that marks everything for which we are — and are not — responsible.Many people, in order to call themselves “good Christians,” have drawn overly flexible boundaries and are unwilling to say “no,” always accommodating others’ needs. Others set overly rigid boundaries to keep everything “out,” to the point of being righteous and judgmental. Neither of these types of boundaries is healthy.
This video series by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend will help you recognize boundaries and how they define each of us. In each session, students will discuss when to say “yes” and how to say “no” in order to take control of their lives. You will be challenged to examine your own boundaries and to make the changes necessary for balancing freedom with responsibility.
If you struggle with setting healthy boundaries, or want to be empowered to say “no,” contact us to sign up for a class on Boundaries here in Richmond.