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Boundaries in an Overconnected World: Setting Limits to Preserve Your Focus, Privacy, Relationships, and Sanity

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Over the past decade, 24-7 connectivity has given us not only convenience and fun but worries about privacy, intrusions into family time, and new compulsions — from shopping to tweeting and cute cat watching. Anne Katherine, one of the first authors to bring healthy boundary setting to a mass audience, has now written a book on how to do this with technology. Rather than r ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published October 8th 2013 by New World Library (first published September 10th 2013)
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Cagne
I was attracted to this book hoping to find some light regarding Skype and Facebook etiquette. The first pages made me doubt the content, wondering if I just got a book about generic boundaries, but luckily it was just an introduction. In general terms, through the book there are a few worksheets to analyze what you feel is a violation of a boundary, and how to face it.

The "what is appropriate to do" part of the book focuses on email, specifically forwarding funny/cute things, and orientating
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Kim Cataldo
I liked the tips and find it very important to disconnect regularly. I have found that setting limits for myself, spouse and children provides us time to be a family. It is crucial to disconnect yourself but difficult because we have become so reliant on technology, it's still frightening to me.
Lacey Michael
A lot of helpful tips and information! Several grammatical errors which bothered me.
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