Telling On Themselves

Telling On Themselves

When someone feels insulted, offended, or targeted by a boundary, it often indicates that they were attempting to violate that boundary in the first place. Their negative reaction stems from the realization that their actions were not accepted or tolerated.

The number one tenet of human dignity is choice over who we allow into our personal space and private lives!

Some individuals may have a tendency to disregard or dismiss the boundaries of others due to a lack of respect or consideration for their autonomy and space.

Certain individuals may feel threatened by boundaries because they perceive them as a loss of control or power over others. They may resist boundaries because they prefer to dictate the terms of interactions or relationships.

Each individual is responsible for managing their own emotions and reactions. You can communicate your boundaries respectfully, but ultimately, others must take responsibility for how they choose to respond.