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Changing Thoughts in Changing Times: Fenced In

Studies show that kids who play without boundaries act out and don’t thrive compared to kids who are given rules and boundaries for play. Parents are typically well aware of this and make adjustments quickly to help their kids thrive, but somewhere along the lines, we believe we outgrow boundaries as soon as nobody can set them for us. The reality is that we aren’t that much different from kids. Habits and routines are boundaries that help us function better; while time limits, excluding toxic people, and work-life balance are boundaries crucial to survival.

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