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Reflections on the Process: On Boundaries, History, and Found Family By Arden Fitzroy


During the peer research project, an interesting observation that emerged was the extent to which traditional views on resilience practices place the burden of well-being on the individual, based on ability, circumstances, and existing personal qualities. This observation was exemplified in our discussion on the importance of boundaries. We collectively agreed that creating and maintaining our boundaries and crucially, knowing them in the first place, is a hard-won skill. It comes with life experience and having the ability to implement them, which develops from a place of privilege.


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