Ha I am sure I saw it somewhere! Can't take credit for this one!
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What in the hell are you talking about? lol
If that’s the case then they are only beneficial if the other person allows them.
Correct, it's really a two way street. But I don't agree with the quote because the reverse is just as possible as the implied benefit. Boundaries are good. But the verbage on the post is not.
Lol ok thanks for the comments
As in you can be resonably upset at someone's unreasonable boundaries without being upset that they have some in the first place.
A real life example: Someone who is sensitive to smells working in a cubicle next to you asks you to stop using so much aftershave. This is a completely reasonable boundary to set. However if they asked the business to make a policy so that no one can use scented anything on the premises... That is a highly unreasonable boundary. And only they would benefit from a change that effects possibly hundreds of people. So no, the people who get upset over boundaries are possibly not upset that you have them... It's just that they are possibly ridiculous.