An interesting and intriguing book on why we need boundaries. A book that is Christian oriented, but I also think a book that can read by anyone, even those who are not Christians or faith based, as long as they take the messages on aspects of boundary problems and disregard the biblical messages. This book is divided into three parts.
Part one, What are boundaries, which describes the issues of boundary problems in real life cases, what boundary problems are like, including different aspects of boundary issues, how boundaries are developed, the ten laws of boundaries according to the authors(which can be debateable, but are definitely helpful), and common boundary myths which deals on how you develop boundaries, without hurting yourself, other people's feelings and needs whilst developing boundaries.
Part two, Boundary conflicts, which deals with addressing boundaries between a person and their families, friends, spouses, children, work, god and even boundaries with the person itself. A chapter is dedicated to each of these, and although the chapters can leave a person debating on this issues addressed, I found it mostly helpful within the concept of the whole books contents and it dealt with a lot of issues with different boundary conflict between my life and the lives of others I affect.
Part Three, Developing healthy boundaries, with chapters including resistance to boundary changes(internal/external), and how success can be measured with boundaries and a day in life with boundaries, showing how a boundary oriented life is different with a boundary problematic life, with an example of a real-life scenario case first shown in part one of the book.
Overall a good book that deals with a very debatable and some sensitive topics and a very good effort to at least show what boundaries are and the different way they can be addressed when creating boundaries within a person's life.