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Old 04-24-2010, 05:22 PM
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Very good point LR. Its important to remember that boundaries seem to work better when they are fluid, so this should be a living document of what you can give and what you just can't budge on. Make sure you let each other know when the boundary has moved so that adjustments can be made along the way.

I'm not a "write it down" person at all, but my husband is. I have found that the boundaries we have are so enground now that there is no need for a written list for me. There was at the beginning. We tell each other regularly what is changing for us now. It takes practice and mutual respect.
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