Healthy Boundaries: Tips for Families
The sense of “we-ness” overpowers the sense of “I-ness” when family loyalty requires the sacrifice of individual needs to the group. We have seen enmeshed families who finish each other’s sentences, use the word “we” more than “I” when describing themselves, and feel that taking alone time is a betrayal to the others.
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