Boundaries and Addiction Treatment

March 3rd, 2011

This term refers to differentiating of personal spaces within interpersonal relationships. 
A boundary separates the concept of “self” and “others”.  A person with healthy boundaries does not allow others to encroach on the deeper levels of their identity. 
Likewise a person with healthy boundaries will not be codependent – pinning their happiness on those of others.  It is often referred to within the context of laying out what behaviour is acceptable – to set down a boundary is to place a bottom line on what behaviour from others you will tolerate. 
A relationship characterized by fuzzy or unhealthy boundaries may be referred to as enmeshed or codependent. Co-dependency is on issue that is addressed during the family programme at a quality addiction treatment centre.

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