One of our most popular programs, Boundaries improve relationships by defining who you are. By identifying where you start and where you end, you can walk with confidence into relationships with others. The ability to say “yes” or “no” at the appropriate time, and then to stick with it, is presented in a clear, meaningful way. Through the encouragement and support of the group, you will learn to regain control of your own life.

Do you say Yes when you really mean No? Are you resentful of others? Do people tend not to hear your No? Do you feel a loss of freedom? Do you feel guilty when you say no? Have you become disorganized with diminished energy levels? Do you have trouble concentrating? These can be symptoms of not maintaining your boundaries and allowing others to control your life and direction. This can lead to resentment to others around you as you find yourself doing, thinking and feeling things you do not want to.


Do you talk over people? Do you insist that things are done exactly the way you state? Do you get angry at people because they don’t do what you want them to do? Do you have trouble accepting other people‚Äôs boundaries? These are often evidence that you struggle to recognize and respect other people’s boundaries. This often leads to people resenting you, making it difficult to maintain positive relationships with intimate partners, friends and coworkers.

These are just some of the symptoms associated with poor boundaries. When you seek to better maintain the boundaries in your relationships with those around you, whether your own or others, this ultimately changes those relationships and can add an extra layer of complication. Cornerstone of Hope provides a group to connect with to ensure success, provide accountability, and explore answers. Using materials from Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, along with group discussion, this course will help you learn more about yourself and how to communicate with others effectively.

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