Love with no boundary dating
They wall themselves off in their relationships as a way of protecting their emotional selves, and, as a consequence, will, in all likelihood find it difficult to form lasting close interpersonal bonds with others in adulthood as they are still trying to individuate from their parents.
They help us take care of ourselves and if we can receive it, to respect the selves of others.
They make it possible for us to separate our own thoughts and feelings from those of others and to take responsibility for what we think, feel and do.
Boundaries are part of the biological imperative of maturation as we individuate and become adult people in our own right.
To do this they need to intrude on the emotional boundaries of other people just as their father or mother may have done.
They would in all likelihood grow up with fluid boundaries, that cause them to swing between feelings of engulfment on the one hand and abandonment on the other inevitably leading to dysfunctional relationships later on in life.
When we have a strong conception of our own identity, we do not feel threatened by the intimacy of the relationship and can appreciate and love those qualities in our partner that make him or her a unique person.