Anne Katherine





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Average rating: 3.94 · 783 ratings · 106 reviews · 11 distinct works · Similar authors
Boundaries: Where You End A...

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Where to Draw the Line: How...

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Anatomy of a Food Addiction...

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When Misery is Company: End...

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Boundaries in an Overconnec...

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Your Appetite Switch: Maste...

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How to Make Almost Any Diet...

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Penumbra 1: Lifetimes of a ...

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Penumbra 2: A Soul's Journey

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“The longer we stay in a violating situation, the more traumatized we become. If we don't act on our own behalf, we will lose spirit, resourcefulness, energy, health, perspective, and resilience. We must take ourselves out of violating situations for the sake of our own wholeness.”
Anne Katherine, Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day

“We sometimes feel that if a person tromps over us after we've said no, then we must not have been clear. We can get caught in the trap of explaining again and again, meanwhile letting the other person take advantage of us.”
Anne Katherine, Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day

“The growth of intimacy will teach us how to love—both ourselves and the other person. If we will allow ourselves to practice the skills of intimacy, we will learn to love. Boundaries protect love and intimacy. Certain behaviors support the integrity of intimacy. Other behaviors, harm, disrupt, or reverse, intimacy. By using skills that promote intimacy, boundaries are created that protect the relationship.”
Anne Katherine, Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day



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