Do you have any of the 6 unhealthy boundary styles? - Terri Cole
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Welcome to the Boundary Quiz

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1.

Do you have friends or family members who constantly give you unasked for advice or criticism?

2.

If friends or family have an issue, do you feel compelled to make suggestions or find solutions for them, even if they have not asked for your help?

3.

Do you feel like you have any boundary bullies in your life?

4.

Do you find yourself making excuses for other people's bad behavior?

5.

Do you feel taken for granted, and even invisible at times?

6.

Do you say yes when you might rather say no OR do you come up with excuses or lie to avoid saying no directly?

7.

Do you make plans and often cancel last minute?

8.

When you are paying for a service, do you avoid telling people if you’re unsatisfied with the service they’ve provided?

9.

Are you an exhausted perfectionist, thinking if you “just work harder” people will value you?

10.

Do you sometimes ignore your needs, preferences and desires for too long and then explode in frustration?

11.

Do you find a way to get it all done - but usually without asking for or accepting help?

12.

Does attempting to a draw boundaries by speaking up, create feelings of anxiety or dread for you?

13.

Do you often feel sad, angry or resentful that people do not intuit or respect your boundaries?

14.

Do you often regret speaking up. or avoid it due to anxiety?

15.

Do you' over-give' at work so your boss or co-workers can never be mad at you?

16.

Do you take on other people’s problems or emotions as your own?

17.

Do you try to make everyone happy, but feel empty or sad yourself at times?

18.

Have you created problematic relationships because of not being able to speak authentically, share your preferences or say, “No”?

19.

Do you spend time ruminating over past conversation and what you should or shouldn’t have said?

20.

Do you feel you use most of your time on others and end up with little time for yourself?