TU153: How Good Boundaries Bring Us Closer – REPLAY – with Juliane Taylor Shore

by | Aug 18, 2021 | Emotional Intelligence, Episodes, Guest Interviews, Parenting, Personal Growth, Relationships, Therapy | 0 comments

Show Notes

With everything going on in the world, we thought there was no better time than now to share this replay episode on what can be considered a tough topic. A sad truth is that most of us have not experienced examples of healthy boundary setting, and we have to spend parts of our adult lives learning how to improve this skill. Like any muscle, strong boundary-setting skills are developed instead of innate. If this idea resonates with you – you are going to love this episode featuring the founder of IPNB Psychotherapy of Austin, Dr. Juliane Taylor Shore. Buckle up for a thorough discussion on interpersonal neurobiology and how it relates to boundaries. Enjoy!

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