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What type of personal boundaries do you exercise in your daily life? Read each statement below and select the ones that are true for you.  Be sure to answer honestly, without judgment and self-criticism.  This quiz is just a tool to help you decide if you need to make changes in your current boundary style.


What is Your Personal Boundary Style?

Personal Boundaries are the limits we set for ourselves to navigate through daily life. In order to have a balanced life, we must have clear boundaries as they keep us physically and emotionally secure. In the absence of healthy boundaries, we can experience discomfort, anxiety and relationship issues (both personal and professional)

According to psychologists John and Linda Friel: “Each individual human being should have a clearly defined boundary around themselves, which is like a psychological fence around us, defined by us." Based on their experience, they outlined three types of personal boundaries:

  • Rigid
  • Diffuse
  • Flexible

Boundaries are important and at the same time, it must be acknowledged that they are not always easy to establish and maintain. It often takes courage and strength to enforce boundaries in life.

Not everyone has the same boundaries. It is important to note that most people have a mix of different boundary types. For example, someone could have healthy boundaries at work, diffuse boundaries in social relationships, and a mix of all three types with their family. Some cultures have very different expectations when it comes to boundaries.

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Soul Mate Quiz

Would you like to know if you are ready to be in a soul mate relationship? Perhaps you would like to know why do you keep creating the same thing over and over again and attract the exact same types whenever you manifest for a soul mate?

Take this simple quiz and find out if you are ready to attract that beautiful energy in your life. Read each statement below and select the ones that are true for you.  Be sure to answer honestly, without judgment and self-criticism.  This quiz is just a tool to help you to understand if you are ready for a soul mate and to decide if you need to make changes in your life to manifest a beautiful soul mate energy.


Are you Ready for a Soul Mate?

If you have a plant at home, and you observe that it is not growing well, would you blame the plant for it? Or would you like to look around the external environment such as soil, water, pesticides etc., to find out what is influencing the growth. In most cases, the smart way is to observe the environment and make a game plan according to the observation. 

Same applies to human beings. However, our natural tendency is to immediately blame either ourselves or the other person, if the growth is not according to our own criteria or how we “should” perform. 

When it comes to relationships, we can either blame and punish or learn and grow; but we cannot do both. When things are tough we tend to blame the other person in the relationship. When we blame our soul mate/partner/spouse, we put them under too much pressure and the energy of love is lost. Before blaming our partner, it is important to do the inner work to understand how to work together to grow and evolve. Blaming kills off any possibility to learn and grow, not to mention destroying the foundation of safety and trust in a relationship. 

Every relationship requires work. If you are manifesting a soul mate relationship, it is important to know what you are looking for. One of the biggest reasons so many people struggle in manifesting love is that they are not aware of what they are looking for and how to be in alignment with the soul mate’s energy.  

The Law of Attraction states that you are already attracting into your life, those situations, experiences and people who are a response to who you are BEING in the world. So the key in manifesting your most compatible soul mate is to be the energy that you are looking for.  

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How do you react when you see someone else in a great relationship?

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Do you know what is keeping you away from finding your soul mate and what to do about it?

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How do you decide what actions to take to meet your Soulmate?

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Do you have a clear vision of your Soulmate relationship?

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How easy is it to imagine this relationship happening?

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What is the thing you are looking forward to the most about a relationship?

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Can you trust your soul mate with your secrets?

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To make sure that your child is developing in a healthy and balanced way in all aspects, it is vital to give them the right amount of support, guidance, love and discipline. You can determine this by identifying your own parenting style. Read each statement below and select the ones that are true for you.  Be sure to answer honestly, without judgment and self-criticism.  This quiz is just a tool to help you decide if you need to make changes in your current parenting style.


What is your Parenting Style?

If you have ever asked yourself this question “what type of a parent do I want to be?” then you have come to the right place. Let’s take a look at the types of Parenting styles that will help you answer the question: What is your Parenting Style?

It is important to raise mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually strong children. Having said that, it is a fact that children do not come with a manual. Each parent has to make their own decisions regarding the type of parents they want to be for their children.

Being a parent is a big responsibility as it means being accountable for your children in more ways than one. A child looks up to their parent, admires them and considers them their role models. How parents behave can have a huge impact on the personality of a child.

In the 1960s Diana Baumrind, a developmental psychologist conducted research and identified four elements of parenting responsiveness vs. unresponsiveness and demanding vs. undemanding. Based on this research along with the study conducted by Stanford researchers Eleanor Maccoby and John Martin, it was identified that there can be 4 (four) parenting styles based on parent’s control, expectations and involvement. The four parenting styles are:

  • Permissive (high response, low demand)
  • Neglectful (low response, low demand)
  • Authoritative (high response, high demand)
  • Authoritarian (low response, high demand)

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Your teen’s curfew was 10:30 pm. She/he came home at 10:45 pm. What do you do?

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You left Saturday morning to run some errands and told your child to make sure he/she cleaned his/her room before playing video games/using a cell phone. When you got back, he/she hadn’t cleaned his/her room and played video games/used cell phone the whole time. What do you do?

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You are at the park with your child and it is time to get back home. When you tell your child this, she/he says “I don’t WANNA go home.” What do you do?

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You see your toddler playing with colored markers and, not wanting the color all over your couch, swoop in to take it away. When you do, he/she screams. What do you do?

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Your child had a fight with her/his brother and you’ve told her/him to go to her/his room for five minutes to calm down. But she/he refuses to go. The child is angry and expressing anger. What do you do?

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While shopping you pass by the double chocolate chip cookie aisle. Your child asks if you can get some, but your family has decided to eat healthier food so you say no. Your child starts stomping and screaming. What do you do?

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Your teen just brought home their report card and the grades are NOT satisfactory. What do you do?

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You are playing with your toddler, he/she smacks you right in the face and is now laughing. What do you do?

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You have friends over for dinner. After dinner, you serve them dessert. Once your toddler has finished her/his dessert, she/he starts reaching for your friend’s unfinished dessert and cries. Your friend says “that’s fine I was almost finished.” What do you do?