Boundaries in Human Relationships

How to be Separate and Connected

By: Anné Linden


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Size: 229mm x 152mm

Pages : 200

ISBN: 9781845900762

Format: Paperback

Published: February 2008


Boundaries are what keep us separate from other people. But they also connect us to them. Being able to manage the boundaries in our relationships enables us to stay fulfilled, happy and productive, and move beyond our psychological and emotional blocks. Boundaries in Human Relationships delves deeply into the meaning of boundaries, how to manage them and provides the practical skills and tools necessary to use them to our advantage.

You will learn to understand exactly what boundaries are, recognise when you need them and how to create and maintain them using three simple skills:

  • a clearly defined structure of boundaries
  • specific practical steps for creating and managing boundaries - with examples and exercises
  • an in-depth exploration of the significant areas of relationships and self-esteem through the lens of boundaries.

The most important distinction anyone can ever make in their life is between who they are as an individual and their connection with others; Can you truly love another and be the whole, complete and unique person you are? How do you know the difference between your fear and your partners’ fear? Or between your past anger and your here-and-now anger? The answer is boundaries and this is a practical guide to unlocking these mysteries.


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Anné Linden

After 18 years as a professional actor Anné Linden went back to college and trained to be a psychotherapist. Anné founded the New York Training Institute for NLP and the NLP Center for Psychotherapy - the first of their kind in the world. Anné introduced NLP to Europe undertaking the first NLP Practitioner Training in the Netherlands in 1982 and certifying the first European Trainers in 1985. She continues to train and teach in France, Belgium and the Netherlands.


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