Just finished reading "Boundaries: When to say Yes How to say No". Theological. Useful and long read! pic.twitter.com/FO8dsRyLCl— Mario Carrion (@mariocarrion) June 15, 2017
Boundaries: When To Say Yes, How to Say No (affiliate link) is a book written by Henry Cloud and John Townsend and published by Zondervan in September 2008.
Boundaries: When To Say Yes, How to Say No is a theological book, kind of long, that explains how to define personal boundaries without sacrificing human relationships. In a way it gives you the words to perfectly express yourself when doing so, and it really covers all possible cases: family and work. This means everything: your parents, spouse, children, bosses and friends. All bases are covered.
Despite the fact this book is really theological and mentions the bible a lot, I still believe it is a must read for everybody, you don’t have to take the theological explanation if you don’t want to but what is perfectly covered is the social aspect of what defining boundaries means. In the end what really matters is the social lessons you get from the book itself, the theological explanation is just a way to back up its reasoning.
Great book, highly recommended for anyone.