Unf*ck Your Boundaries

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Boundaries are the ways we communicate our needs.

They are what allow us to feel safe among strangers, in everyday interactions, and in our closest relationships. When we have healthy boundaries, we have a strong foundation in an uncertain world. And when someone crosses your boundaries, or you cross someone else’s, the results range from unsettling to catastrophic.

In this book, bestselling author Dr. Faith Harper offers a full understanding of issues of boundaries and consent, how we can communicate and listen more effectively, and how to survive and move on from situations where our boundaries are violated. Along the way, you’ll learn when and how to effectively say “no” (and “yes”), troubleshoot conflict, recognize abuse, and respect your own and others’ boundaries like a pro.

This began as a zine, then was heavily edited to become a chapter in Unf*ck Your Intimacy. Then, it evolved into this book! And later, the workbook version emerged as well.

 

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190 Pages. Paperback.

Faith G. Harper, PhD, is a bad-ass, funny lady with a PhD. She’s a licensed professional counselor, board supervisor, and certified sexologist. Additionally, Dr. Harper is an applied clinical nutritionist with a private practice and consulting business in San Antonio, TX. She has been an adjunct professor and a TEDx presenter, and proudly identifies as a woman of color and uppity intersectional feminist. Dr. Harper is the author of the book Unf*ck Your Brain and many other popular zines and books on subjects such as anxiety, depression, and grief. She is available as a public speaker and for corporate and clinical trainings.

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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 6 × 8 × 1 in

1 review for Unf*ck Your Boundaries

  1. Em W.

    Just finished this book and it was a much needed guide. It breaks down the types of boundaries, how we express them, and even sprinkles grounding exercises throughout! Highly recommend for anyone looking to do self-work, especially around consent and boundaries.

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