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BOUNDARIES QUIZ INSTRUCTIONS: Read through the 20 relationship scenarios that are described below. At the end of each scenario, take a moment and ask yourself how you would typically respond based on past behavior. Be completely honest with yourself and select the answer that best reflects how you normally respond to others.
NOTE: If a situation doesn’t apply to you, please make your best guess about how you would answer if you would find yourself in that particular situation. Also you may feel tempted to choose the answer that reflects what you think you should do. But again, be honest and mark down what you actually find yourself doing.
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Your parents invite you to come over for dinner on Sunday, but you have other plans. Would you:*
Your partner wants you to apologize for something you did. But, you believe you haven’t done anything wrong. Would you:*
Your colleague is under a tight deadline and begs for your help finishing a project. You are also under a deadline to finish your own work. Would you:*
While you are out having dinner with friends, a child jumps onto your lap and thinks you are a jungle-gym. Would you:*
Your brother says that he can’t make his car payment this month, and you have lent him money a couple of times already. He asks you to loan him $250. Would you:*
You’re heading out the door for your well deserved annual leave when your manager drops a task in your lap. Would you:*
Your 12-year-old daughter has a cell phone and loves to send text messages and surf the web. Even though you pay for her cell phone bill, your daughter objects to you checking up on the usage. Would you:*
Your partner is overweight and really enjoys eating junk food. At dinner before heading to the movies, your partner’s about to order a hamburger and fries. Would you:*
You invite over a friend with kids for a weekend get-together at your home. But, as they leave, your home looks like a bomb went off. Would you:*
Your partner has a habit of overspending and going into credit card debt. Would you:*
Your son’s sports team needs an interim leader. There are plenty of parents available, but no one offers to help out. You already have a full schedule. Would you:*
Your friend makes several inappropriate jokes at a party in front of mixed crowd that you feel are offensive. Would you:*
A close friend who you haven’t seen in a while calls and cancels a lunch date at the last minute. She says she misses you and hopes to catch up soon. But, the cancellation leaves you in the lurch. Would you:*
When you and your boss talk with key customers or senior management, he has a habit of taking credit for the hard work you do. Would you:*
You hate spending the holidays with your family because certain people tend to criticize your political or spiritual views. Would you:*
Your partner hates to clean the home, so you have been doing more than your fair share of the housework. Would you:*
While you’re sitting in the car with a friend, she starts to text on her phone while driving. You don’t feel safe and know that’s illegal to drive and text in your state. Would you:*
You go on a vacation with a group of people. As you plan an activity for the day, everyone else decides to do something that you don’t like. Would you:*
One of your friends says something negative about you in public. Would you:*
You’re watching a new blockbuster in a movie theatre when people sitting behind you start making noise and distracting your attention. Would you:*
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