Handout: Basic Boundaries Activity
Action Step: Try the breath activity with your partner, kids, or whole family. Tell us how it went in the Facebook group.
Stretch: Keep a log over the next few days. When did you notice your boundary? When did you defend it? When didn’t you?
Video transcript: Boundaries Basics
Q&A call from Friday 2/15
Action Step: Reflect on the types of boundaries you see at play in your family. Who has cactus boundaries? Snow pine? Oak? Rose?
Read through the coping mechanisms handout. Answer the reflection questions.
Stretch: Discuss the boundaries types with your partner or kids. Do you agree who in your family is which type? What coping mechanisms could help?
Video transcript: Healthy Boundaries
Q&A Call from Monday 2/25
Action Step: Reflect on the types of animal spirits you see at play in your family. Who withdraws? Who avoids? Who attacks? Craft a few default ABC statements you can use at any time.
Stretch: Share Eye-Heart-Hand with your family. Ask them begin using this style of confrontation.
Video transcript: Defending Boundaries
Q&A Call from 3/15
Action Step: Have a conversation about being an upstander or about exit strategies.
Stretch: Do both! Maybe add in the 3 step apology too?
Video transcript: Boundaries in Community
Q&A call: this call happened, and there was only one participant, who preferred to discuss her questions privately. Therefore, there’s no recording to post here.
Action Step: Assess where you are and create your To Do list. Print a body boundaries poster for your house and order some books.
Stretch: Dive in with the first conversation on your To Do list.
Video transcript: Teaching Body Boundaries
Q&A call: This one was great! Lots of deep questions. Trigger warning: I share a dream I had which made me stop writing in my dream journal, and it involves a rape. If you’d like to skip that part, jump ahead a few minutes when you hear us start to talk about dreams.