Boundaries: I never knew what they were. Never even thought about them, if you want to know the truth. Growing up, the youngest of six, with two parents—and a grandfather at one point—in a tiny, tiny house, one does not get much privacy. Or an idea of boundaries.
I credit Becky Shank with teaching me about boundaries. However, like one who comes to a realization later in life, I have to think about setting boundaries; it doesn’t come naturally. I am lost in admiration of those who can set them easily and without much thought. Kudos to you.