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Boundaries in an overconnected world; setting limits to preserve your focus, privacy, relationships, and sanity.

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Boundaries in an overconnected world; setting limits to preserve your focus, privacy, relationships, and sanity.

Katherine, Anne.

New World Library

2013

266 pages

$14.95

BF637

An expert in boundary construction (e.g., food addiction) therapist Katherine takes on technology with Boundaries in an Overconnected World. She aims to define and implement healthy boundaries for the general public. This is the third in a trilogy of books on how to set limits vis-a-vis strangers, friends, family, and cyberspace, and beat back incursions by social media, smartphones, and other devices, while maximizing utility and minimizing distractions and dangers. Twenty chapters are divided into six parts: boundary basics; boundary violations; protecting yourself and others; cyberspace trickery; intimacy; group cyber-boundaries. This concise, readable, and helpful book is for a mass audience.

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