How to Set Dating Boundaries and Why It Is Important?
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What are dating boundaries? Why is it important for you and your partner to have boundaries in your relationship? To some couples, setting dating boundaries comes naturally because of the chemistry they share, but others have to set it along the way as they go. One of the major secrets to a lasting and healthy relationship is defined boundaries. We create boundaries to establish how people behave around us and how they treat us. However, setting boundaries is not an easy task because your boundaries have to be compatible with your partner’s boundaries. In today’s video, we are going to dig deeper into the importance of setting dating boundaries and how to set them.
Here are things you need to know when setting dating boundaries;
Self-awareness: When setting boundaries, you should know the kind of person you are. Distinct what you live versus what you dislike, what scares you, your deal breakers, and so much more. Generally, you need to understand your physical, mental, and emotional limits. The beginning of any relationship things is usually exciting, and no one wants to talk about the serious stuff, but what happens when the adrenaline of the relationship cools down? Will you still be okay doing some of the things you used to, or your default personality will withdraw on certain things?
Focus on creating clarity: Dating boundaries are not a reference point to crucify your partner but more of guiding principle. That is why, when setting boundaries, you need to be as clear as possible to reduce the gray area. Misunderstandings are usually the stem of many problems in a relationship. When the gray area is vast, one of you will always feel violated, and the other will on the best defensive mode because they don’t feel they violated your boundary.
Make your boundaries flexible: Most of the time, you will find that as your relationship grows, you set new or adjust the old boundaries, and you eliminate some outdated ones. However, rigid boundaries act as boundaries and limit your relationship growth. For example, I am not comfortable to have sex until we know each other better. That boundary gives your relationship a chance to grow as opposed to the definite boundary like I don’t want to have sex.
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Annabella Rose is a Dating Coach, author and youtube presenter. She regularly publishes videos on KamaTV. She takes clients in to the bar and clubs and teaches her magic! Her speciality is approach and attraction. She also helps to develop confidence and conversational skills and gives honest perspective on the world of women from a woman’s point of view. Most of our clients say “the best advice ever” after talking to Annabella..