Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Mental health specialist Jef Gazley knows that in order to maintain a positive level of self esteem, people must first recognize healthy boundaries without intruding into the boundaries of others. In this release designed to address the problem of people suffering from poor boundary perception, Gazley explores the causes and effects of people who impose their will on others to the detriment of all involved. Only when one gains the self-esteem needed to defend themselves in a healthy manner will they be able to truly improve their own lives and the lives of the family, friends, and acquaintances who surround them. Whether you are a mental health professional seeking to better understand the cycle of abuse, a friend of someone who consistently falls into abusive patterns, or an abuser who is seeking to bring about personal change, this informative, in-depth analysis of the topic will provide you with useful information on improving relationships that thrive on healthy, productive interaction.