Boundaries: When to Say YES; When to Say NO to Take Control of Your Life - Boundaries and Work Summary & Analysis

Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend
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Boundaries and Work Summary and Analysis

Contrary to some Christian viewpoints, work itself is not bad. In the Bible, Adam worked even before the fall of man. However, the sin lies in humankind's rebellion against work. Work itself provides valuable character development. Every person should see his/her work as a calling of God to develop his/her talents and character. Often in the workplace, responsibility for one's self eliminates corporate problems.

One of the most common boundary problems at work stems from being stuck with another's responsibility. This leads to resentment of that person. However, on must own responsibility of one's own feelings. If one feels resentment, one must take action. One may explain to the coworker that one's help will cease. One must be firm in the no, not justify the reasons why. A lack of boundaries in this area hurts...

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