Boundaries in Relationships
Due to COVID-19, this group will be held remotely.
Dates and time
- Mondays, 7:30 - 9 p.m.
- September 21 to December 14 (12 weeks)
(No group session on Columbus Day, October 12)
- Full fee: $600. Payments can be made in monthly installments of $200.
- Income-based scholarships are available for those who are working with
an individual counselor. Priority is given to Redeemer Counseling
clients. Funds are limited. Scholarships need to be finalized before the
first payment. For more details, contact [email protected].
- Submit the online registration form.
- Make a payment. After you receive confirmation to attend the group, secure your spot with your payment. Only after you submit your payment will you be officially registered for the group.
What are boundaries, and why is it so hard to put them in place? According to Brene Brown, a boundary is simply something that tells us “what is okay, and what is not okay.” We often struggle with setting boundaries because we fear how others will respond. As a result, our boundaries can become too rigid or too flexible, which can lead to problems accepting help or protecting our time and resources. Rather than being walls that shut out the external world, healthy boundaries work like a gate: they can open up to receive things that are good, and close to things that are bad. Healthy boundaries help us to be our true selves: when we can say “yes” and “no” without fear, guilt, or obligation, we are free to connect authentically with others.
In this group, participants will share and process areas of their life where they struggle to set effective boundaries. The group will focus on:
- Understanding God’s purpose and design for boundaries
- Taking ownership of our emotions, desires, and behavior
- Responding when others infringe upon our boundaries
- Learning to accept limitations set by others
- Discovering how our stories fit into the greater narrative of the gospel